Is the United States a Leader in the Clean Energy Race?
A new CAP report illustrates how the United States can take a leading role in the 21st century green industrial transformation.
Why We Need the Safe Streets Act of 2013
A new CAP issue brief illustrates the necessity of Complete Streets to a balanced transportation system, as they expand personal mobility through designs that are both safe and accommodating for all users regardless of age, income, or ability level.
Inequality Is Holding Back Our Economy
A new CAP issue brief outlines three new CAP reports that debunk trickle-down economics.
Guantanamo Is a $5 Billion Folly
Congress is wasting billions of dollars on the unnecessary Guantanamo prison.
Public Lands Are the Source of More Carbon Pollution than They Can Absorb
Public lands are a major source of carbon pollution, but this can change if we institute an appropriate emissions reduction plan.
The Outcome of the Warsaw Climate Talks
The U.N. climate talks in Warsaw, Poland, ended with a foundation for a global climate agreement by 2015.
The Value of Paid Family Leave
A new CAP issue brief illustrates how paid family leave upholds the value of caregiving, fights injustice, and helps American families.
How to Expand U.S. Apprenticeships
If policymakers expand apprenticeships in the United States, they can create pathways to well-paying middle-class jobs for young Americans and help businesses meet the need for skilled workers.
How to Reduce the Sequester
If we fix the sequester to account for the debt reduction in the fiscal cliff deal, we will set ourselves on the path to a stable federal budget and strong economic recovery.
Protecting LGBT Immigrants in Immigration Detention
A new CAP report explains why reforms to our immigration system need to include protections for LGBT immigrants, who are particularly vulnerable to abuse and mistreatment in immigration detention.
Sequestration Will Get Worse in 2014
A new CAP report highlights four key factors that will make sequestration even worse next year.
How We Should Prepare for a Strategic Shift in Policy Toward Egypt
We need to offer a clearer choice about the future of our bilateral relationship with Egypt.
We Should Establish the National Endowment for the Oceans
The fishing industry can help Congress promote healthier ocean and coastal economies in a major way.
Here’s What We Should Focus on in Warsaw
A new CAP issue brief looks at the U.N. climate negotiations in Warsaw, Poland.
How We Can Improve School Funding
We need innovation and flexibility in school finance to ensure the most bang for our education buck.