Congress must act quickly to provide additional relief, commensurate with the scale of the current public health and economic crises.
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Seven core policy reforms are required to protect public health and treat essential workers with respect during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Nearly 203,000 DACA recipients are working in occupations at the forefront of the COVID-19 response in health care, education, and food services.
In anticipation of a Supreme Court decision that could decide their fate, DACA recipients grapple, like other Americans, with the COVID-19 pandemic.
A coherent, evidence-based plan is needed to reopen the economy without sparking a second wave of infections.
The federal government, states, and other agencies must do more to enable immigrant health care professionals to join the fight against the pandemic.
There is a strong economic case for maintaining our commitment to social distancing.
Asian Americans are facing physical and economic abuse during the COVID-19 pandemic.
The people most vulnerable to the coronavirus struggle as Congress neglects to provide lifesaving resources and supports in stimulus packages.
Structural racism makes public health crises such as COVID-19 more dangerous by increasing exposure, exacerbating preexisting conditions, and preventing vulnerable people from obtaining the care they need.
The international community can offer the United States creative policy solutions as it seeks to respond to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Calls to scale back social distancing are reckless, dangerous, and undermine efforts to slow the spread of COVID-19.
Further legislation is necessary to protect all workers and expand access to paid leave.
Nearly 5 million health workers may need emergency child care in order to fulfill work responsibilities during the coronavirus pandemic.
The health care law provides coverage for millions of Americans and protects people with preexisting conditions, but it remains under threat from a Trump administration-backed lawsuit.