This week, Michele and Igor sit down with FCC Commissioner Jessica Rosenworcel to discuss net neutrality.
6 Things to Watch for in Trump’s Infrastructure Scam
Resisting Financial Deregulation
The Administration and Congress Should Not Undermine Registered Apprenticeships
5 Features of Successful Housing Finance Reform
The Midwestern Great Recession of 2001 and the Destruction of Good Jobs
The Senate tax bill squeezes the middle class, wastes America’s fiscal resources, set up fiscal cliffs, cut off federal revenues needed to support economic and national security priorities, and further concentrates economic and political power.
While the Dodd-Frank Act would clearly place Leandra English in charge of the consumer bureau, vital consumer protections hang in the balance from the Trump administration’s contested appointment.
Millions of Working- and Middle-Class Americans Would See a Tax Increase Under the Senate GOP Tax Plan
State data estimate how many Americans will be hurt under the Senate tax plan by 2027.
Despite Ivanka Trump’s purported women’s empowerment agenda, the GOP tax bills do not match her rhetoric and are the latest assault on women’s economic security.
There is a profound absence of faith values in the pending tax legislation.
Passing the Senate bill would lead to devastating, automatic cuts to a range of programs.
Reproductive health care access is inextricably linked to labor market opportunity for women, and bodily autonomy and economic empowerment are mutually reinforcing.
Under the House and Senate tax bills, Western states would lose hundreds of millions of dollars in mineral leasing payments that fund roads, schools, and public safety.
Under the House GOP plan, the tax break given to Donald Trump would be enough to pay more than 20,000 teachers.
Under the Senate tax bill, middle-class families would pay thousands more, millions would lose coverage, and Medicare would be cut by billions of dollars.
House Republicans’ $151 billion gift to wealthy heirs would hurt hardworking families of color.
State data estimate how many Americans will be hurt under the House Tax Cuts and Jobs Act.
Authors David Madland and Alex Rowell urge policymakers to heed Wisconsin’s warning—attacks on public-sector workers are harmful for states.
House Republicans’ proposal to repeal the estate tax would result in Americans giving $7.8 billion less to charity through their wills in 2024.