Policymakers should combine carbon pricing with policies that push technology development in order to cut carbon pollution from the transportation sector.
Experts agree: The congressional Republican strategy to repeal now and replace later would cause chaos in insurance markets even before ACA repeal goes into effect.
Congressional Republicans’ claims that their Medicaid proposals will help states by giving them greater flexibility are a smoke screen for their plans to slash federal support for the program.
As states battle with municipalities over fracking regulations, oil and gas companies are spending big to elect the courts and legislatures that define the scope of local authority.
A strong housing foundation is a key component of economic security.
Bad process beats good policy, and presidents get the process they deserve. This report provides lessons for the next president from past administrations on mistakes to avoid and best practices to follow in the way national security policy is made.
In order to reverse the power of wealthy special interests over government so that government works for the people, Americans need real change and not empty promises.
Contrary to claims by opponents, paid sick days and paid family and medical leave do not lead to a rise in unemployment but rather benefit workers, businesses, and the economy.
Germany and other G-20 countries can help prevent backsliding on the global climate effort by expanding and improving their infrastructure efforts.
Findings from the first nationally representative survey of school districts’ human capital practices indicate that most districts have not yet adapted their human capital systems to the modern market, despite the increasing importance of attracting talented teachers.