Recognizing and Addressing Housing Insecurity for Disabled Renters
In light of new analyses showing that people with disabilities continue to face higher rates of housing insecurity, housing policies must center this community’s needs to ensure a more equitable housing system for all.
Using Bulk Purchasing To Lower Prescription Drug Prices
Bulk purchasing of prescription drugs would allow federal and state governments to better respond to epidemics—including opioid addiction and HIV/AIDS—and pandemics such as COVID-19.
Employers Can Accelerate COVID-19 Vaccination Efforts
Until the United States achieves a higher rate of immunity, the coronavirus remains a threat to public health and the nation’s economic recovery.
To Decarbonize Households, America Needs Incentives for Electric Appliances
New consumer rebates can incentivize the purchase and installation of key household electric appliances over their fossil-fuel counterparts and help put the country on a path to fully electrifying its housing stock.
Bringing the Fight Against Graft
Please join the Center for American Progress on June 15 for a discussion of U.S. global anti-corruption efforts featuring Sen. Ben Cardin (D-MD).
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How Americans Envision a More Perfect Union
A new study of U.S. public opinion shows a common path forward for the country based on national economic development and a more cooperative politics.
U.S. Diplomatic Leadership Is Needed to Restore Security and Protect Rights in the Middle East Conflict
The United States needs to adopt a more proactive approach to protect civilians, achieve a cease fire, and address the inequities and vulnerabilities exposed by the crisis.
Northern Syria Security Dynamics and the Refugee Crisis
Ensuring stability in northern Syria will require international engagement that balances humanitarian concerns with the moral hazard created by Turkey’s occupation.
A Criminal Record Shouldn’t Be a Life Sentence to Poverty
Bipartisan momentum for clean slate and fair chance licensing policies—which remove barriers to economic opportunity for people facing the stigma of a criminal record—has grown significantly in the states in recent years.
Optimizing Distribution of American Rescue Plan Funds To Stabilize Child Care
Community-based intermediary organizations can help states quickly deliver the American Rescue Plan’s $24 billion child care relief and stabilization fund to child care providers.
Addressing Climate-Related Financial Risk Through Bank Capital Requirements
Regulators should use the bank capital framework to improve the resiliency of the financial system to climate-related risks.
Using Performance Management to Eliminate Greenhouse Gas Emissions From the Surface Transportation Sector
The next surface transportation reauthorization bill should require states and metropolitan regions to adopt targets that represent clear reductions in surface transportation GHG emissions that put the sector on a path to net-zero emissions by midcentury.
Reinstating the LIFE Act and Eliminating Entry Bars Would Allow Millions of Immigrants To Stay With Their Families
Reinstating the Legal Immigration Family Equity Act or eliminating the three- and 10-year entry bars, or making both changes, would allow many undocumented immigrants to gain legal status.