Read the full transcript Read a portion of the transcript: Thank you so much. I must tell you that, as an attorney and someone who now teaches law. It is truly an honor to be at Yale. Because, in so many ways, Harper Fowler was the personification of a progressive legal scholar. Today, I think...
Congress’s latest attempt to repeal the ACA could raise women’s premiums and restrict access to vital services.
About 30 million more people would be uninsured in 2027 than under the ACA.
This week, Michele and Igor speak with David Litt, a former speechwriter for then-President Barack Obama, who discusses his experiences at the White House.
The economic security of millions of America’s veterans is at risk during the the upcoming budget debates.
Congress is trying to repeal the Affordable Care Act yet again even as the Children’s Health Insurance Program hangs in the balance.
Graham-Cassidy ACA Repeal Bill Would Cause Huge Premium Increases for People with Pre-Existing Conditions
Under Graham-Cassidy, states could allow insurers to discriminate against people with pre-existing conditions once again.
Michele and Igor sit down with comedian and author Baratunde Thurston to develop a better understanding of how social media forces its users to sell their identities to advertisers.
The Senate Appropriations Committee’s dangerous giveaway would provide ACICS schools up to three years to find a new accreditor.
New analysis finds that in 2016, 2 million parents had to quit a job, not take a job, or greatly change their job because of problems with child care.
New Census Data Show Household Incomes Are Rising Again, But Share Going to Middle Class Is at Record Low
Too many families are being left behind as a record-high share of income goes to the top.
American families experienced improvements in income, poverty rates, and health insurance coverage in 2016—but proposals from President Trump and congressional Republicans set to be debated this fall threaten these gains.
Houston’s economy may be poised for a quick recovery from Harvey, but Trump administration policies make it harder for communities of color and low-income families to return home.
In advance of next week’s release of annual census data on income, poverty, and health insurance, CAP analysis shows that if only three of President Trump’s budget cuts had taken effect in 2015, 2.3 million more Americans would have been poor.
Collecting pay data from employers is a critical, much-needed tool to ensure vigorous enforcement of equal pay laws.
Congress must help communities across the country—especially those devastated by Hurricane Harvey—become more resilient to more extreme weather, flooding and other climate change risks.