Bipartisan Legislation to Lower Premiums and Stabilize Insurance Markets
Legislation that focuses on strengthening the individual market—not on slashing Medicaid to pay for tax cuts for the rich—would stabilize the market and lower premiums immediately.
Estimated Premium Increases from Repeal and Delay
Individual market consumers would pay twice as much for coverage by 2026.
Keeping Our Promise to America’s Vets by Saving Medicaid
Retired U.S. Army Staff Sgt. Alexis Scott relies on Medicaid to help her treat injuries she sustained while on duty in Iraq.
The Latest Threat to Working Families
Michele and Igor speak with Rep. DeLauro and Harry Stein, director of fiscal policy at CAP, about the House Republicans' budget and what the American people really need economically.
How Trump's Deregulatory Agenda Hurts People's Everyday Lives
The Center for American Progress invites you to join a discussion with District of Columbia Attorney General Karl Racine and a panel of experts about the devastating implications of the Trump administration's deregulatory agenda.
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Emerging Challenges: Humanitarian Aid and American Interests
With world displacement at record levels and millions of people at risk of famine, the Trump administration has sent conflicting signals on U.S. engagement.
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The European Union and Turkey in 2017: Move On or Apart?
It is time for the EU to take a hard-line approach when it comes to human rights and democracy within Turkey and, at the same time, more strongly emphasize continued engagement.
The Minibus Spending Bill Shortchanges American Jobs and Energy
The cuts in the House’s minibus spending bill show the fundamental problem with a budget that abandons domestic priorities.
8 Ways the House Republicans’ Budget Will Harm Working Families to Pay for Millionaire Tax Cuts
House Republicans’ budget proposal is yet another Trojan horse to give tax cuts to the wealthy, while slashing programs everyday Americans rely on.
Millennial Voters Win With Automatic Voter Registration
Oregon’s first election with automatic voter registration suggests it may be transformative for youth voter participation.
The Not-So-Secret Attack on Our Voting Rights
With voting rights under attack at both the state and national levels, we asked Sarah Audelo of the Alliance for Youth Action and Shaneice Simmons of Rock the Vote to talk about how progressives can fight back to make voting more convenient and accessible.
Betsy DeVos: Secretary of Discrimination?
Just months into Betsy DeVos’ tenure as secretary of education, the department is already rolling back critical protections for vulnerable students.
Early Learning in the United States: 2017
By preparing children for school and enabling parents to work, high-quality child care and preschool are a necessity for children, families, and the economy. These fact sheets explore the status of early learning programs in states and the need for state investment in these programs.