Clean energy tax incentives will drive major climate investments and are a must-have element of any infrastructure package.
Rebuilding the IRS and directing the agency’s focus toward wealthy tax cheats is a fundamental step toward creating a more fair and equitable tax code and an important step in the direction of racial equity.
Permanent Protections for Bristol Bay Would Be a Win for Tribes, Climate Action, and the Alaska Economy
By taking action to protect the watershed of the world’s largest sockeye salmon fishery, the EPA can support indigenous-led conservation and a robust economy in the region.
In light of new analyses showing that people with disabilities continue to face higher rates of housing insecurity, housing policies must center this community’s needs to ensure a more equitable housing system for all.
Reinstating the LIFE Act and Eliminating Entry Bars Would Allow Millions of Immigrants To Stay With Their Families
Reinstating the Legal Immigration Family Equity Act or eliminating the three- and 10-year entry bars, or making both changes, would allow many undocumented immigrants to gain legal status.
Using Performance Management to Eliminate Greenhouse Gas Emissions From the Surface Transportation Sector
The next surface transportation reauthorization bill should require states and metropolitan regions to adopt targets that represent clear reductions in surface transportation GHG emissions that put the sector on a path to net-zero emissions by midcentury.
The Center for American Progress submitted a statement for the record suggesting several policy tools the Biden administration should consider to help Haiti.
From climate change to gun violence to civil rights, religious leaders are having a positive impact on all areas of American public life.
The American Jobs Plan should increase investments in conservation and agriculture.
U.S. Diplomatic Leadership Is Needed to Restore Security and Protect Rights in the Middle East Conflict
The United States needs to adopt a more proactive approach to protect civilians, achieve a cease fire, and address the inequities and vulnerabilities exposed by the crisis.
Half of U.S. states are missing out on an opportunity to maintain connections between employers and workers during economic downturns.
This video presents highlights from an event following the release of a joint report from the Center for American Progress and the McCain Institute for International Leadership on how to address the growing national security threat posed by white supremacist violence in the United States.
Many former climate deniers in Congress now acknowledge the dangers of global warming—but do they have a plan to fix it?
Religious groups welcome the Biden administration’s $2 trillion investment in a stronger, more resilient, and more just U.S. economy.
The First 100 Days: Analyzing the Biden Administration’s Foreign Policy Successes and Opportunities for the Next Year
The Biden administration has put U.S. foreign policy back on track and can continue crafting a sustainable and progressive national security agenda.