Congressional Budget Restrictions Hinder Efforts to Stop the Disappearance of Guns from Gun-Dealer Inventories
A new CAP issue brief illustrates the importance of preventing the disappearance of guns from gun-dealer inventories.
How Immigration Reform Benefits Social Security
Legalizing the undocumented immigrant population would increase productivity, wages, and tax revenue and create new jobs.
If Immigrants on the Road to Citizenship Are Denied Key Social Services, We All Suffer
Denying immigrants on the road to citizenship access to key social services hurts not only them but also the entire nation.
Are Schools Getting a Big Enough Bang for Their Education Technology Buck?
Issue Brief A new CAP analysis shows that too often students use computers for basic skills.
We Need to Reduce Super Pollutants
A new CAP issue brief illustrates why reducing super pollutants is necessary to avoid dangerous impacts of global warming.
How 2013 Immigration Reform Has Learned from Past Mistakes
Current immigration reform does not repeat the mistakes made in the 1986 Immigration Reform and Control Act.
How to Reduce the Cost of Defensive Medicine
A new CAP issue brief illustrates how reducing the cost of defensive medicine will improve health care outcomes and patient safety.
How the President Can Address Illegal Gun Trafficking and Gun Crime
A new CAP issue brief presents ways in which the president can address gun violence without congressional approval.
How Fiscal Austerity Is Hurting America’s Long-Term Economic Prospects
Our current economic path—one of spending cuts and fiscal contraction—is costing us billions of dollars and millions of jobs.
How We Can Reset Our Fiscal Debate
A new CAP report focuses on the importance of changing our fiscal debate to meet the changes that have occurred in our fiscal and economic reality.
It’s Time to Hit the Reset Button on the Fiscal Debate
Report Over the past three years, both the underlying fiscal landscape and the broader economic context for the fiscal debate have shifted in very important ways, yet the debate has remained remarkably static.
Young Americans Are Facing Very High Levels of Unemployment
A new CAP issue brief illustrates the scope of America's youth-unemployment crisis—and what it means for future economic growth.
Colorado’s Efforts at School-Finance Reform Can Provide National Inspiration
A new CAP issue brief explains why the country should look to Colorado as an example of how to undertake school-finance reform.
How We Can Help LGBT Youth Have Healthier Futures
Public policies can reduce harms to the health of LGBT youth.
The Affordable Care Act Is Good News for the LGBT Community
New CAP fact sheets explain how major program and policy changes being made under the health reform law will help the LGBT community.