Transgender students deserve full and equal access to the benefits of school sports participation.
While more must be done to shrink the footprint of the U.S. criminal justice system, the national dialogue around reform during summer 2020 has inspired transformative ideas and tangible policies that can be built on moving forward.
Washington, D.C. — Increasingly over the past several years, states have signed hundreds of abortion bans and restrictions into law, undermining abortion rights and exacerbating inequities in access to abortion care. Yet a new administration and Congress, who were elected to office campaigning in support of abortion rights, have the opportunity to reverse this trend. Today, the Women's...
The COVID-19 pandemic and resultant economic recession are still wreaking havoc on Georgia communities. President Biden and Congress must act boldly to ensure that working-class Georgians are able to weather the storm.
The president’s coronavirus plan will give states the guidance and resources they need to ramp up vaccine administration in efficient and equitable ways.
Women—particularly women of color—continue to make noteworthy gains at all levels of government, but bold policies and structural changes are still needed to reach gender parity in U.S. politics.
The diversity and complexity of rural voters were on display in the 2020 election, particularly in states such as Georgia and Arizona.
This report provides a road map for state and local policymakers working to create or strengthen prevailing wage laws, explains core features of prevailing wage legislation, and lifts up existing best practices from around the county.
States and cities can set minimum compensation standards for private sector employees that reference prevailing wage and benefit rates.
Even in the absence of congressional action, states can use TANF funds to support their residents who are struggling during the COVID-19 pandemic.
The pandemic has strained small, independent providers in areas already suffering from care shortages.
Communities across the country have passed state and local ballot measures to increase public funding for early childhood services, demonstrating a path forward for federal action in 2021.
Progressive criminal justice policies fared well at the ballot box, with voters across the country approving critical reforms.
Low-income residents in nonexpansion states face limited options for health coverage.
State and local elected officials are the key to ensuring that significant reforms are made to the criminal justice system.