Here’s a look at five ways faith-based providers and the government are partnering to ensure Americans have access to health care under the Affordable Care Act.
Issue Brief Faith groups call on their states to expand Medicaid under the Affordable Care Act.
Faith communities are playing an integral role in making communities safer through state gun-violence prevention laws in the wake of the Newtown shooting.
Issue Brief In this brief, we examine the efforts of faith-based groups to prevent deaths caused by firearms through their work as first-responders, advocates, and prophetic voices against the scourge of gun violence.
On Tax Day, it’s important to remember that the government often works with communities using our tax dollars to better the lives of Americans nationwide.
Voices in faith communities across America are loudly speaking out about how gun violence affects them and why we need a real solution now.
These faith leaders can be expected to continue leading the progressive charge for economic, social, and environmental justice in 2013 and beyond.
People of faith can add a unique perspective to the fight for immigration reform with a pathway to citizenship.
Faith groups that were crucial to securing the Family and Medical Leave Act 20 years ago are key to expanding its protections now and in the future.
Faith leaders this year have helped win 12 important victories in the fight for reproductive justice for all.
For many people of faith, the fight for health care reform reflects deeply held values that were tested in the political arena and still remain strong.
The Center for American Progress's Faith and Progressive Policy team examine five issues that will drive conscientious voters to the polls: immigration, health care, the economy, the environment, and gay and transgender equality.
Today’s faith leaders are calling upon the nation to enact comprehensive immigration reform that reflects our nation’s core values of treasuring human dignity, honoring family, and caring for our neighbor.
Eleni Towns examines the faith perspective on no-cost contraception that kicks off today under Obamacare.
Eleni Towns and Sally Steenland argue that the vast majority of people of faith support contraception.