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Having a hard time keeping up with the many important legislative dates across the states? Keep track of key dates in the 2024 state legislative sessions calendar across all 50 states by adding them directly to your calendar.
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What is the status of DEI policy in 2023? DEI legislation has become a trend in the education, public, and private sectors. Plural’s legislative data helps us assess trends and stay up-to-date. Read our report now.
Global ESG policy varies, depending on the political and business climate within each respective country or region. In this study, the Plural team examined ESG and corporate governance policy across the United States, the African Union, particularly Nigeria and South Africa, and the European Union.
California’s 2023 legislative Session began on December 5, 2022, and adjourned on September 14, 2023. Over the past 10 months, Sacramento has been busy with hearings, votes, and debates over hundreds of bills. Read our full analysis.
In November of 2022, Plural research fellow Samantha Caracciolo gave a presentation to the Black Education Research Center at the Columbia University Teachers College. In her presentation, Samantha contextualized critical race theory and the backlash against it, providing detailed information on new legislation impacting race and education using Plural’s legislative data. What is Critical Race […]
For state and federal legislators, voting rights legislation is a key priority in 2023. Debates and public focus surrounding voting rights and access have intensified and come into the fore due to contentious national elections and imperfect electoral systems. As the 2024 election approaches, these conflicts will only intensify.