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  • Little Fish, Big Deal

    Forage fish—small, schooling prey species such as sardine, anchovy, and Pacific saury—provide food that sustains a multitude of marine life and are an economic driver for coastal communities. On the heels of a pivotal campaign victory to protect several species of forage fish in federal Pacific Ocean waters, Pew’s Pacific Ocean conservation campaign will host a public forum in... Read More

  • Louisianans, Vote for Amendment 5

    In a letter to the editor of The Times in Shreveport, Louisiana, Pew’s Brenna Erford urged Louisiana voters to support a ballot measure that would create a severance tax-based sovereign wealth fund. Read More

  • Governing by the Numbers

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    Live in Denver: Join Colorado Governor John Hickenlooper on Oct. 14 as he kicks off a series of discussions on evidence-based governing, with a special focus on election administration and tax incentives. Read More

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