Issue Brief The Orlando metropolitan region’s Complete Streets initiative is a cost-effective way to improve mobility and safety for all system users—yet it remains unbuilt.
Report This report examines the upcoming 2016 election through a comprehensive analysis and projection of demographic and electoral trends nationally and in 12 battleground states.
Issue Brief On December 12, 2015, nations adopted a historic global agreement to address climate change.
Report State executives have many options for adopting policies and programs to address gun violence in their state that do not require legislative action.
Report The United States sent thousands of government civilians to Provincial Reconstruction Teams across Afghanistan to bring security, development, and government to the Afghan people. Identifying what worked and what did not is critical to ensuring better outcomes for the next conflict.
Report Following its dominant electoral victory on November 1, the AKP government is likely to continue it efforts to enhance the reach of religious education in Turkey. This process could have a profound long-term impact on Turkish identity and stability.
Issue Brief After more than six decades and repeated attempts at reform, accreditors are still struggling to fulfill their gatekeeping role and protect our nation's students.
Report Nearly half of U.S. children now have at least one parent with a criminal record. We must enact policies to ensure that a criminal record does not consign an individual—and his or her children and family—to a life of poverty.
Issue Brief Increasing access to paid family and medical leave is vital to the economic stability of Millennial workers.
Report Falling storage costs offer new opportunities for investment, but barriers to deployment remain.
Issue Brief China’s downshift in coal consumption makes way for cleaner energy sources and substantial emission reductions.
Issue Brief Public policies that support middle-class families can strengthen the economic recovery.
Issue Brief Judges and magistrates in some southern states are still defying the U.S. Supreme Court’s marriage equality decision.