Economic Growth DC

Economic Growth DC Economic Growth DC is an economic policy organization that serves as a catalyst for increasing the rate of growth of the District's economy.
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Economic Growth DC is a non-profit devoted to helping to make the District of Columbia better, easier and less expensive place to do business.

Economic Growth DC is a non-profit devoted to helping to make the District of Columbia better, easier and less expensive place to do business.

Mission: To catalyze an acceleration in the rate of growth of the District's economy and ensure its permanence.

Justice Denied in Washington, DC http://t.co/Ug0lq8ht8x Dave Oberting writes about his white privilege.
09/06/2015
Justice Denied in Washington, DC

Justice Denied in Washington, DC http://t.co/Ug0lq8ht8x Dave Oberting writes about his white privilege.

  By Dave Oberting   My White Privilege I was born into a middle-class Midwestern family. Both my parents were teachers. They stayed married to each other for 37 years until my father passed away about a decade ago. The neighborhoods I grew up in were safe and secure. The kinds of neighborhoods wher…

Justice Denied in Washington, DC http://t.co/Ug0lq8ht8x Dave Oberting writes about his white privilege.
09/05/2015
Justice Denied in Washington, DC

Justice Denied in Washington, DC http://t.co/Ug0lq8ht8x Dave Oberting writes about his white privilege.

  By Dave Oberting   My White Privilege I was born into a middle-class Midwestern family. Both my parents were teachers. They stayed married to each other for 37 years until my father passed away about a decade ago. The neighborhoods I grew up in were safe and secure. The kinds of neighborhoods wher…

Justice Denied in Washington, DC http://t.co/Ug0lq8z4x7 Dave Oberting writes about his white privilege.
09/04/2015
Justice Denied in Washington, DC

Justice Denied in Washington, DC http://t.co/Ug0lq8z4x7 Dave Oberting writes about his white privilege.

  By Dave Oberting   My White Privilege I was born into a middle-class Midwestern family. Both my parents were teachers. They stayed married to each other for 37 years until my father passed away about a decade ago. The neighborhoods I grew up in were safe and secure. The kinds of neighborhoods wher…

Justice Denied in Washington, DC http://t.co/Ug0lq8ht8x Dave Oberting writes about his white privilege.
09/04/2015
Justice Denied in Washington, DC

Justice Denied in Washington, DC http://t.co/Ug0lq8ht8x Dave Oberting writes about his white privilege.

  By Dave Oberting   My White Privilege I was born into a middle-class Midwestern family. Both my parents were teachers. They stayed married to each other for 37 years until my father passed away about a decade ago. The neighborhoods I grew up in were safe and secure. The kinds of neighborhoods wher…

Justice Denied in Washington, DC http://t.co/Ug0lq8ht8x Dave Oberting writes about his white privilege.
09/03/2015
Justice Denied in Washington, DC

Justice Denied in Washington, DC http://t.co/Ug0lq8ht8x Dave Oberting writes about his white privilege.

  By Dave Oberting   My White Privilege I was born into a middle-class Midwestern family. Both my parents were teachers. They stayed married to each other for 37 years until my father passed away about a decade ago. The neighborhoods I grew up in were safe and secure. The kinds of neighborhoods wher…

Justice Denied in Washington, DC http://t.co/Ug0lq8ht8x Dave Oberting writes about his white privilege.
09/02/2015
Justice Denied in Washington, DC

Justice Denied in Washington, DC http://t.co/Ug0lq8ht8x Dave Oberting writes about his white privilege.

  By Dave Oberting   My White Privilege I was born into a middle-class Midwestern family. Both my parents were teachers. They stayed married to each other for 37 years until my father passed away about a decade ago. The neighborhoods I grew up in were safe and secure. The kinds of neighborhoods wher…

Justice Denied in Washington, DC http://t.co/Ug0lq8ht8x Dave Oberting writes about his white privilege.
09/01/2015
Justice Denied in Washington, DC

Justice Denied in Washington, DC http://t.co/Ug0lq8ht8x Dave Oberting writes about his white privilege.

  By Dave Oberting   My White Privilege I was born into a middle-class Midwestern family. Both my parents were teachers. They stayed married to each other for 37 years until my father passed away about a decade ago. The neighborhoods I grew up in were safe and secure. The kinds of neighborhoods wher…

Justice Denied in Washington, DC http://t.co/Ug0lq8ht8x Dave Oberting writes about his white privilege.
08/31/2015
Justice Denied in Washington, DC

Justice Denied in Washington, DC http://t.co/Ug0lq8ht8x Dave Oberting writes about his white privilege.

  By Dave Oberting   My White Privilege I was born into a middle-class Midwestern family. Both my parents were teachers. They stayed married to each other for 37 years until my father passed away about a decade ago. The neighborhoods I grew up in were safe and secure. The kinds of neighborhoods wher…

Where to Start with Regulatory Reform Part II http://t.co/pnogTFC59n Labor Markets, Telcom, Healthcare and Criminal Just...
08/30/2015
Where to Start with Regulatory Reform Part II

Where to Start with Regulatory Reform Part II http://t.co/pnogTFC59n Labor Markets, Telcom, Healthcare and Criminal Justice...

In a previous post, Where to Start with Regulatory Reform, we made the case for changing the incentives that govern the way regulators are measured and compensated. Today, we offer a starting point for the District's regulatory reform efforts: The Problem In a Washington Post article dated July 10th…

Justice Denied in Washington, DC http://t.co/Ug0lq8ht8x Dave Oberting writes about his white privilege.
08/30/2015
Justice Denied in Washington, DC

Justice Denied in Washington, DC http://t.co/Ug0lq8ht8x Dave Oberting writes about his white privilege.

  By Dave Oberting   My White Privilege I was born into a middle-class Midwestern family. Both my parents were teachers. They stayed married to each other for 37 years until my father passed away about a decade ago. The neighborhoods I grew up in were safe and secure. The kinds of neighborhoods wher…

Where to Start with Regulatory Reform Part II http://t.co/pnogTFC59n Labor Markets, Telcom, Healthcare and Criminal Just...
08/29/2015
Where to Start with Regulatory Reform Part II

Where to Start with Regulatory Reform Part II http://t.co/pnogTFC59n Labor Markets, Telcom, Healthcare and Criminal Justice...

In a previous post, Where to Start with Regulatory Reform, we made the case for changing the incentives that govern the way regulators are measured and compensated. Today, we offer a starting point for the District's regulatory reform efforts: The Problem In a Washington Post article dated July 10th…

Justice Denied in Washington, DC http://t.co/Ug0lq8ht8x Dave Oberting writes about his white privilege.
08/29/2015
Justice Denied in Washington, DC

Justice Denied in Washington, DC http://t.co/Ug0lq8ht8x Dave Oberting writes about his white privilege.

  By Dave Oberting   My White Privilege I was born into a middle-class Midwestern family. Both my parents were teachers. They stayed married to each other for 37 years until my father passed away about a decade ago. The neighborhoods I grew up in were safe and secure. The kinds of neighborhoods wher…

Where to Start with Regulatory Reform Part II http://t.co/pnogTFC59n Labor Markets, Telcom, Healthcare and Criminal Just...
08/28/2015
Where to Start with Regulatory Reform Part II

Where to Start with Regulatory Reform Part II http://t.co/pnogTFC59n Labor Markets, Telcom, Healthcare and Criminal Justice...

In a previous post, Where to Start with Regulatory Reform, we made the case for changing the incentives that govern the way regulators are measured and compensated. Today, we offer a starting point for the District's regulatory reform efforts: The Problem In a Washington Post article dated July 10th…

Justice Denied in Washington, DC http://t.co/Ug0lq8ht8x Dave Oberting writes about his white privilege.
08/28/2015
Justice Denied in Washington, DC

Justice Denied in Washington, DC http://t.co/Ug0lq8ht8x Dave Oberting writes about his white privilege.

  By Dave Oberting   My White Privilege I was born into a middle-class Midwestern family. Both my parents were teachers. They stayed married to each other for 37 years until my father passed away about a decade ago. The neighborhoods I grew up in were safe and secure. The kinds of neighborhoods wher…

Current Economic Conditions in the District of Columbia http://t.co/gS7752OneI Wondering what's really going on with the...
08/28/2015
Current Economic Conditions in the District of Columbia

Current Economic Conditions in the District of Columbia http://t.co/gS7752OneI Wondering what's really going on with the District's economy?

  When a visitor comes to the District, they look around and see dozens of construction cranes, 300 shiny new restaurants opened in just the last two years and inevitably think the District must be booming. There are certain segments of the economy that are doing well and affluent residents have ben…

08/27/2015

There will be only one of you for all time. Fearlessly be yourself.

08/26/2015

Just because you're on parole or probation doesn't mean you cede your constitutional rights. Did anyone run this by the attorney general?

08/26/2015

DC is ranked 45th in the Tax Foundations rankings of business tax climate.

08/26/2015

Forcibly removing Jorge Ramos from a press event. Brilliant Donny, brilliant. You're well on your way to the 35% of the Latino vote you need

08/26/2015

As it relates to the Pepco-Exelon merger, the U.S Federal Energy Regulatory Commission, the U.S. Department of Justice and regulatory bodies in VA, MD, DE, and PA all feel the merger is in the public interest. What makes DC so different??

The reasons articulated so far for denying the merger petition are not even close to being convincing.

08/25/2015

China had $70 billion in capital outflows in July. That's their biggest problem.

08/25/2015

Donald Trump and Hugo Chavez share a number of important characteristics. Think about that America.

08/24/2015

The day foreigners don't want to come here to have their children is the day we're really in trouble.

08/24/2015

The longer term solution to the violence is an economy that creates way more jobs.

08/24/2015

A slow-growth economy that has led to an unemployment rate for DC residents aged 18-24 of 23% is a factor in the violence.

08/23/2015

If Trump is the nominee, that's the end of a modern, competitive Republican party. Ever seen a whole party throw in the towel?

08/23/2015

When America does finally tune into this election, they're going to be shocked at the stuff coming out of Trump's mouth. It's embarrassing.

08/23/2015

Making college more affordable is what made it unaffordable in the first place.

08/21/2015

If things do go south, the Fed has very few tools left...

08/21/2015

The Confidence Board's index of economic indicators ticked down in their most recent report, a sign that the "economy may be in trouble."

08/20/2015

The unemployment rate for DC residents age 18-24 is 23%. The national average is an also high 16.4%.

08/17/2015

Let's dispel this radical notion that you have to reduce living standards to fight climate change. That's, as they say, cookoo talk...

08/16/2015

Yes, he brought 28mm viewers to a debate, but if the end result is the permanent alienation of 50 million Latino voters, then where r u?

08/16/2015

There is no empirical reason to emulate Europe. Not economically, not demographically, not socially. Europe is in terminal decline.

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