The United States needs federal leadership to ensure that it has a civil justice system that works for all Americans.
The United States must reckon with the racism built into its housing system in order to ensure that all Americans have the opportunity to build wealth.
Extreme weather events fueled by climate change are exacerbating the intertwined crises of affordable housing and homelessness and thus require timely intervention by federal, state, and local governments.
The Dire Consequences of the Trump Administration’s Attack on Transgender People’s Access to Shelters
The U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development’s proposed rollback of the Equal Access Rule will worsen discrimination that transgender people face.
In order to advance economic security for people with disabilities, policymakers must level the playing field for disabled workers while also guaranteeing access to housing, nutrition, and health care for those who are unable to work.
As Pennsylvania’s historic Clean Slate Act takes effect, people like Keith will finally have their minor criminal records cleared so that they can have a second chance.
‘I Can Celebrate and Say I’m Free:’ How Connecticut’s Clean Slate Act Can Give People a Second Chance
A new bill introduced in Connecticut called the Clean Slate Act would make expungement for people automatic after they remain crime-free for a set period of time.
Congressional Democrats’ new tax plan would increase the CTC for a minimum wage worker with two young children 72 times more than President Trump’s tax law did.
By introducing a state child tax credit—or improving an existing credit—state policymakers can substantially reduce child poverty, increase family economic security, and invest in their state’s next generation.
The Center for American Progress and partners gathered to discuss bipartisan clean slate legislation—policies to automatically clear certain criminal records and give people relief from discrimination.
President Trump’s end run around Congress would take nutrition assistance away from at least 755,000 people.
There is no room for cuts to SNAP, but President Trump wants to slash benefits anyway—raise your voice to fight back.
The Trump administration is trying to take food assistance away from 755,000 Americans struggling to find steady work.
The Trump administration’s proposed rulemaking to cut nutrition assistance would not only hurt struggling workers but would also hurt the American economy.
Trump’s morally bankrupt budget betrays the “forgotten men and women” he pledged to fight for, seeking to pay for his $2 trillion tax giveaway with massive cuts to programs on which everyday Americans rely.