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Being the research banshees we are, we hadn’t noticed. But then not long ago, we realized our exceptional databases had become global tools for accountability. It started with Subsidy Tracker, the largest compilation of company-specific awards given by states and communities. Then came Violation Tracker, which became our most popular database, in telling the story of corporate crimes. Tax Break Tracker, made possible by our landmark government accounting victory. And Amazon Tracker…
Today, we run six databases. Maintaining them all takes tremendous time and effort, and we’re proud to offer all of them free without even registering. When you give to us, we turn that support into expertly assembled data available for all groups to use in investigative exposés or campaigns of empowerment.
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Our work has been used in campaigns to:
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- Promote small business fairness
- Increase racial and ethnic equity
We’re proud when a community successfully stands up to Amazon, pulling from our Amazon Tracker to demonstrate why the company needs no more subsidies.
We’re proud when our Tax Break Tracker is used by schools to document how badly corporations strip communities of desperately needed revenue (and Jon Stewart notices!).
We’re proud when Violation Tracker is used to reveal that big corporations getting covid bailouts are also big government-fraudsters.
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Below: The South Carolina Education Association’s Sherry East joined Jon Stewart to talk about what corporate tax breaks cost public school students. As Good Jobs First detailed, based on publicly available data, no state loses more to tax breaks than South Carolina.
Our panel talks about why it’s important that local residents be at the table when states make deals to lure corporations to town that promise new jobs. Watch the full episode now on @AppleTVPlus pic.twitter.com/BL5GuXto7G
— The Problem With Jon Stewart (@TheProblem) October 24, 2022