Ban Assault Weapons and High-Capacity Ammunition Magazines
Weapons of war should have no place in our communities.
A National Policy Blueprint To End White Supremacist Violence
The Role of Civilian Offices of Violence Prevention in Helping Communities Stem Gun Violence
5 Key Facts About Medication Abortion
Expanding access to safe abortion in whatever ways possible is more critical than ever—and a central way of doing so is to make medication abortion more easily accessible.
What You Need to Know About Roe v. Wade and Abortion in America One Week After Alito’s Draft Opinion
A Proactive Abortion Agenda
The Overwhelming Restrictions on U.S. Abortion Rights and Access
Reproductive Justice for Disabled Women: Ending Systemic Discrimination
The Title 42 Expulsion Policy Does Nothing To Prevent the Spread of COVID-19
Ending the Title 42 Expulsion Policy Is the Right Thing To Do
Ending Title 42: A Step Toward Restoring Access to Asylum at the U.S. Border
The Urgency of Designating Cameroon for Temporary Protected Status
These Top 5 Oil Companies Just Raked In $35 Billion While Americans Pay More at the Pump
In the Aftermath of the White Supremacist Buffalo Terror Attack, These Policies Could Help Prevent Future Hate-Fueled Crimes
A green salvo to counter Putin’s war in Ukraine
It’s time to end tax deductions for anti-union activity
5 Key Facts About Medication Abortion
About the Center for American Progress
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How To Address the Administrative Burdens of Accessing the Safety Net
Easing burdens on eligible people participating in government programs can reduce poverty and inequity.
These 19 Fortune 100 Companies Paid Next to Nothing—or Nothing at All—in Taxes in 2021
Fighting Hunger: How Congress Should Combat Food Insecurity Among Low-Income Americans
New Opportunities for the Biden-Harris Administration To Create Good Jobs for LGBTQI+ Workers
As Energy Prices Skyrocket, Congress Must Return the Oil and Gas Industry’s Windfall Profits to the American People
How State and Local Leaders Can Prepare for Future COVID-19 Surges
As COVID-19 wanes and governments relax public health measures, policymakers must closely monitor indicators that reflect prevalence and severity, precautions and protections, and treatment availability to maintain readiness for future surges and resume precautions as needed.
State Policies to Address Prescription Drug Prices
Top 10 Ways To Improve Health and Health Equity
Preventing Disruptions to Coverage and Care After the Public Health Emergency
Refreshing the U.S. Strategy To End the Pandemic
The Economic Benefits of Vaccinations
How Colleges and Universities Can Bring Pell Grant-Funded Programs Back to Prisons
A new process from the U.S. Department of Education outlines how higher education institutions can receive approval to offer Pell Grant-funded programs to incarcerated students.
5 Strategies for Equitable Implementation of Public Investments in Child Care
States received an influx of funding from the American Rescue Plan Act to stabilize their child care industries. Key policy strategies that center equity ensure that these funds reach the people who need them most.
It’s Time To Protect Bristol Bay
The EPA should protect Bristol Bay under the Clean Water Act to ensure that its waters can continue to support local fisheries, Indigenous tribes, and the Alaskan economy.
Fight for Our Future: Activists Demand Action on Climate and Justice
Fixing Abandoned Offshore Oil Wells Can Create Jobs and Protect the Ocean
Implementing Ocean Climate Solutions and Marine Protected Areas Require U.S. Leadership at the Our Ocean Conference
Colorado’s Greenhouse Gas Emissions Rule for Surface Transportation Offers a Model for Other States and the Nation
What You Can Do
Congratulate Judge Ketanji Brown Jackson
The Jim Crow Filibuster Must Go
Act Now: LGBTQ Rights Are Still Under Threat
Take Action: Demand Climate Deniers in Congress Face the Facts
Seeking Accountability and Justice for Crimes Committed in Ukraine
The international community’s message must be clear: Russia’s acts of aggression and any human rights violations against the Ukrainian people will not go unpunished.