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.
ACA Repeal Would Have Disproportionately Harmed Women of Color
Efforts to repeal the ACA would have made women of color more vulnerable as they sought to protect their health and provide for their families.
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.
Who Seeks Religious Accommodations to Providing Contraceptive Coverage?
New data show that for-profit corporations make up the majority of entities seeking exemptions from providing no-cost contraception under the Affordable Care Act.
Leveraging the Power of Black Women
On the occasion of Black Women’s Equal Pay Day, a day which marks how far into the year African American women must work to earn the same amount as white men did the year before, please join the Center for American Progress for a thought-provoking conversation about the importance of black women’s activism and the power of black grassroots leaders in the current environment. This event is part of an ongoing series that focuses on race and creating power to move the progressive agenda forward.
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Interior Secretary Zinke’s Guide to Running a Sham Review
The fate of America’s national parks and monuments rests in the hands of a process without logic or transparency.
School Accountability in First-Round ESSA State Plans
Sixteen states and Washington, D.C., submitted plans to the Education Department for school accountability under ESSA.
Measuring Success: An Overview of New School Classification Indicators Under ESSA
States are using new indicators to measure and support student and school performance under the Every Student Succeeds Act.
Trump’s Immigration Policies Are Harming American Children
Immigration policies that target the parents of U.S. citizens have profound consequences for children’s development, and for the economy.
House Republican Cuts to Nutrition Assistance Would Harm Families in Every State
House Republicans’ budget would cut the nation’s largest nutrition assistance program by 42 percent starting in 2023, leaving as many as 7 million struggling families unable to put food on the table.
Rhetoric vs. Reality: 4 Myths About Paid Parental Leave
Trump’s paid parental leave plan is a poor substitute for comprehensive paid family and medical leave and fails to meet the needs of today’s working families.
What Happens When a Women’s Empowerment Agenda Disempowers Women
The inactivity of the White House Council on Women and Girls is the latest byproduct of the Trump administration’s systematic erosion of women’s equality, one agency at a time.