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Fathers and their families deserve a comprehensive paid family and medical leave policy, but Trump’s parental leave plan won’t cut it.
The paid parental leave plan outlined in the Trump administration’s recent budget proposal falls far short of the comprehensive changes that would allow today’s working women to participate fully in the nation’s economy.
President Donald Trump’s executive order on job training will seriously undermine recent bipartisan efforts to increase workers’ access to good, well-paying jobs through apprenticeship.
Trump’s plan to require states to provide six weeks of leave is unfunded, unworkable, and under-inclusive—and will further strain the already-underfunded UI system.
By preventing excessive debt relative to earnings at career training programs, the gainful employment rule also saves taxpayers from long-term student loan forgiveness costs.
This interactive map details changes in real wages and employment rates since 2000.
In addition to eroding health care, harsh Medicaid cuts would disrupt state budgets in ways that threaten public schools and middle-class pocketbooks.
Senators must ask Neomi Rao, the radical opponent of regulation President Donald Trump has nominated to head an office charged with reviewing and improving rules, if she will do her duty.
What does the labor market look like for fathers?
The economy and the labor market experienced long periods of stable growth during Barack Obama’s presidency, laying the foundation to address remaining issues in the Trump administration.
Community development, housing, and small-business cuts in Trump’s budget would leave struggling communities even worse off.
Use this data tool to explore the most and least segregated school districts nationwide.
Far too many school districts are intensely segregated by income and socioeconomic status, but Americans are largely in support of change.
The Trump budget’s 20 percent cut to CHIP is not an acceptable starting point for the upcoming congressional debate over reauthorizing CHIP funding.