There’s no reasonable way to generate billions in savings from consolidating programs that repair our nation’s highways as Rep. Paul Ryan proposes, argues Donna Cooper.
Donna Cooper writes in The Hill that GOP cuts to the budget will affect the poor and the middle class.
Donna Cooper writes in The Hill that Democrats and Repulicans can find common cause in a divided Congress.
Donna Cooper explains at PennLive.Com why Pennsylvania has so far avoided the divisive union battles sweeping the country.
We need to invest in infrastructure now for the sake of public safety and to boost our economy, says Donna Cooper.
Congress should use the new GAO report to help identify areas of the federal budget that are ripe for cutting, write Donna Cooper and John Griffith.
Donna Cooper explains why tax breaks should get just as much scrutiny during the budget process as other items.
Donna Cooper and Jitinder Kohli discuss how this embattled program that offers opportunity to less fortunate Americans can bridge political divides by improving performance.
Donna Cooper explains why Republican cuts to health care for women and children will cost more than they save.
Donna Cooper applauds high-speed rail investments unveiled by Vice President Biden, but challenges the administration to create public-private partnerships to rebuild our crumbling infrastructure.
Donna Cooper and Raj Sharma detail how the federal government can save on the goods and services it buys and sells.