The Limits of Risk Transference Through Public-Private Partnerships
Due to contractual ambiguity and political factors, public-private partnerships often transfer less risk than the public discourse and project-specific value-for-money analyses commonly assume.
Congressional Impeachment Hearings, December 9, 2019
The U.S. House Judiciary Committee conducted its second public impeachment hearings on December 9. CAP followed along to share context throughout the proceedings.
Congressional Impeachment Hearings, December 4, 2019
The U.S. House Judiciary Committee conducted its first public impeachment hearings on December 4 with testimony from a collection of constitutional law experts. CAP followed along to share context throughout the proceedings.
Repealing the SALT Cap Should Not Be a Top Priority in Reforming 2017 Tax Law
Restoring an unlimited deduction would be extremely costly and mainly benefit the wealthy.
Virginia’s Newly Elected Progressive Prosecutors
In 2019, voters in three of the most populous northern Virginia counties made it clear that their prosecutors must have a definitive commitment to criminal justice reform. Please join the Center for American Progress for a discussion on the evolving role and responsibilities of prosecutors with three of the state’s newly elected reform-minded prosecutors.
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House Bill Could Lower Patients’ Prescription Drug Spending by Thousands of Dollars
H.R. 3 would help to reduce patients’ plan premiums and prices at the pharmacy.
Russian Flags Over an American Base
Trump’s reckless Syria policy makes America less safe and empowers Putin’s Russia.
Caring for U.S. Veterans: A Plan for 2020
Ensuring that future political leaders provide U.S. veterans with the care and benefits they have earned will require legislators to understand how and why the current system has come to be.
One year out from the 2020 election, American voters support a range of pragmatic government actions to expand health care access and reduce costs; increase taxation on the wealthy; help low-income families with basic living necessities; and check corporate power.
Building Momentum: State Progress on Early Learning in 2019
Governors and legislators across the country are taking much-needed steps to support families by investing in child care, preschool, and home visiting.
The Trump Administration Is Poised to Gut Environmental Review. What’s at Stake?
The Trump administration says they’re cutting red tape. But in reality, they’re about to contribute to dirtier air and water—and silencing of the public.
Multinational Mining Corporations Are Exploiting U.S. Taxpayers
The laws governing mining of metals and other hardrock minerals on U.S. public lands haven’t been updated in almost 150 years, resulting in the giveaway of taxpayer-owned resources to foreign-owned mining companies for free.