What if I told you Alabama’s eighth-grade reading and math scores are either worse or the same than they were more than two decades ago?
This “S” is the most subjective of an already subjective criteria and ranks companies based on how well they comply with several key progressive and political priorities.
Alabama seems quiet compared to other states with Republican controlled state governments who have not only vocally opposed the use of tax-payer dollars invested in a subjective and ideological manner but have taken strides to prevent this from occurring.
These “incentives,” in the form of government subsidies, have been utilized to create a market for electric vehicles. In reality, the market’s demand for electric vehicles doesn’t match the current interest with government regulation and subsidies.
Last month, Alabama Attorney General Steve Marshall joined 19 other states in a letter to BlackRock CEO Larry Fink, challenging BlackRock’s use of ESG as investment criteria when managing state pension funds.
Seventy-four percent of school board members who responded to a survey conducted by the Alabama Policy Institute oppose school choice. This is in stark contrast to the overwhelming number of Alabamians, 80%, who desire state-wide school choice expansion.
Minnie Mouse has traded in her dress for a pant suit. United Way Worldwide hosted a 21-Day Race Equity Challenge with guidelines for being “strong white allies” such as “assum[ing] racism is everywhere, every day” and to “understand and learn from the history of whiteness and racism.”