Public-private partnerships do not address the most fundamental challenge facing state and local governments: a lack of sufficient tax and user fee revenue needed to expand infrastructure investment.
Raising Wages and Rebuilding Wealth
An Infrastructure Plan for America
A Progressive Agenda for Inclusive and Diverse Entrepreneurship
The Future of Worker Voice and Power
Ending the Pass-Through Tax Loophole for Big Business
Labor market outlooks should consider inequities, especially before an interest rate hike.
Autonomous vehicles will complement traditional high-capacity public transportation in large metropolitan regions.
This video tells LaQuita's story of how unemployment insurance helped make ends meet for her and her family and shows why the program needs to be strengthened.
Rainy day funds can support strong and inclusive economies by harnessing progressive taxation, ensuring a reliable safety net, and improving public confidence in state governments.
Federal agencies are looking to limit rip-off clauses in fine print that deny access to justice.
Noncompete clauses constrain the government’s ability to improve critical infrastructure facilities, and they allow private concessionaries to earn returns that are disproportionate to the amount of revenue risk they have taken on.
Policymakers should support the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau for its efforts to hold banks accountable and to rebuild public trust.
Given how central homes and communities are to people’s lives, federal and local leaders must work to ensure low-income families live in environments that are conducive to their success.
Sustained investment in infrastructure will lay the foundation for prosperity and rebuild the middle class.