CHIPS Communities United (CCU), a coalition of over 50 organizations, is urging semiconductor companies, including Intel, Micron, TSMC, Samsung, and Texas Instruments, to uphold accountability and environmental responsibility as they receive billions in public subsidies for semiconductor manufacturing. In an open letter, also signed by GoodElectronics, the group calls for comprehensive community benefit agreements (CBAs) to ensure diverse workforces, workers’ rights, health and safety protections, environmental safeguards, clean energy commitments, and investments in local infrastructure. Read more.