The Cook County measure, in which the Cook County Board of Commissioners asserted its support for the development and growth of worker cooperatives, passed unanimously on October 17th. Getting legislation passed in a county with 5.2 million people, a population of similar or greater size than more than half of the US states, is a considerable accomplishment.
Advocates Fought to Make Co-ops Eligible for Paycheck Protection Loans
January 5, 2021
Baltimore’s Taharka Brothers latest business to convert to worker-owned cooperative
December 16, 2020
Co-Op Owned By Formerly Incarcerated Black Women Wins Grant To Bring More Healthy Meals To South And West Sides
October 28, 2020