America’s Electoral Future
The demographics of the United States are projected to become much more diverse in the coming decades and will have significant effects on the presidential election in 2020 and beyond.
Evaluating State Innovations to Reduce Health Care Costs
State payment and delivery system reforms in Maryland, Massachusetts, Oregon, and Arkansas have been promising.
Efforts by Anti-Choice Advocates to Redefine and Limit Contraception
Anti-choice advocates are intentionally conflating abortion and contraception in a strategic effort to chip away at contraception access.
More Work Needed to Sustain Progress on DACA Renewals
New USCIS data show that more people are applying for and receiving DACA renewals, but USCIS and advocates can do more to make sure Dreamers are protected.
#WomenProgress: People, Power, and Policy
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The Prince-DeVos Plan to Privatize American Institutions
Erik Prince and Education Secretary Betsy DeVos seek to privatize American institutions, which would undermine the country’s democratic foundation and key public services.
Gun Violence in Iowa
In Iowa, several concerning aspects of gun violence warrant a strong policy response, and elected leaders must take action to ensure the safety of every Iowan.
Make Extreme Risk Protection Orders Available in Every State
Extreme risk protection orders provide a crucial tool for family members and law enforcement to intervene and prevent a tragic shooting.
Do Not Fall for the Hype on U.S.-China Natural Gas Trade
The Trump administration’s obsession with fossil fuel exports plays into Beijing’s grand strategy to become the next high-tech superpower.
The Good and Bad News in College Attainment Trends
The United States has made impressive gains in college completion, especially among Latino young adults, but big equity gaps remain.
The Final Tax Bill Is a Bigger Win for Foreign Investors Than the Entire Working and Middle Class in Trump States
In 2019, foreign investors would bring home $5 billion more from the tax bill than every working- and middle-class family in states that voted for President Trump, combined.
Estimates of the Increase in Uninsured by Congressional District Under the Senate GOP Tax Bill
On average, about 29,800 fewer people in each congressional district would have coverage by 2025.