POINT: Innovative CHIPS and Science Act will improve the lives of all Americans
Marc Jarsulic writes about how the CHIPS and Science Act will strengthen America's manufacturing base, protect its workers, and fortify its national and economic security.
January 6 Hearing Day 8: 187 Minutes of Trump’s Inaction
For more than 187 deadly minutes, Trump watched his armed mob take over the Capitol and did nothing about it.
January 6 Hearing Day 8: Trump Refused To Call Off the Mob
Center for American Progress Senior Fellow Michael Sozan breaks down Donald Trump and his allies' dangerous scheme to hold onto power at any cost.
Rethinking Guardianship: Emma’s Story
Emma Budway describes her experience as a nonspeaking autistic woman under guardianship and the benefits of less restrictive alternatives.
The United States Can End Hunger and Food Insecurity for Millions of People
Policymakers must reimagine the United States’ long-term approach to food production and distribution to build an equitable and sustainable system that works for all.
Rethinking Guardianship To Protect Disabled People’s Reproductive Rights
Restrictive guardianships deserve increased scrutiny from policymakers in order to ensure that disabled people are not denied their reproductive rights.
Examining the Powerful Impact of Investments in Early Childhood for Children, Families, and Our Nation’s Economy
Rasheed Malik testified before the House Budget Committee on July 20, 2022, on the importance of investing in early childhood programs.
Top 11 Benefits of the Inflation Reduction Act
The recently passed Inflation Reduction Act will fight inflation; bring down the skyrocketing cost of prescription drugs; cut health care costs; make historic investments to tackle climate change; and significantly cut the deficit.
Timeline: Federal Student Loans During the COVID-19 Pandemic
This article presents a timeline of recent events related to student loans and takes a look at what’s to come for student loan borrowers.
4 Reasons the Willow Oil Project Is Unfit for Approval
President Biden must reject ConocoPhillips’ Willow oil drilling project to sustain progress toward achieving the administration’s ambitious climate goals.
With Prices Rising, States and Cities Must Raise Their Minimum Wages
Lily Roberts and Rose Khattar outline why, 13 years since the federal minimum wage was last increased, states and cities must take action to ease the economic strain many workers and families face now in light of global inflation.
Rubio’s Plan Would Hurt Women’s Economic Security, Not Offer Real Paid Leave
Sen. Marco Rubio’s purported paid parental leave plan would hurt, rather than help, women by cutting the retirement benefits they need.
Hyde’s Restrictions on Abortion Are Unacceptable
While it is critical that Congress works to codify the promise of Roe v. Wade and ensure equitable access to abortion care, the federal government must take what steps it can now under the scope of the Hyde Amendment to increase access to care and protect patients.
The urgent need to update the Electoral Count Act
Patrick Gaspard and Trevor Potter urge Congress to update the Electoral Count Act and bring it into the 21st century.
5 Major Benefits of the Inflation Reduction Act’s Climate Investments
The Inflation Reduction Act’s $369 billion in climate investments won’t just tackle climate change; they will save families money, create millions of good jobs, and reduce pollution over the next decade.
Hospital-Based Intervention Programs Reduce Violence and Save Money
Hospital-based community violence intervention programs combat cycles of violent crime and retaliation by engaging patients in the recovery process immediately following injury.
After President Biden Cancels Student Debt
Meeting the urgency of the college affordability and student debt crisis will require bold action to restore the promise of opportunity for all Americans.
Will Viktor Orbán Bring His Racist Rhetoric to the United States this Week?
Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orbán's embrace of far-right racism should prompt American conservatives to cut ties with the autocratic Hungarian leader.
The Collins-Manchin Bill Is a Good Deal for Democracy
The new Senate proposal to reform the Electoral Count Act would help prevent the overthrow of a presidential election.
The Inflation Reduction Act Would Only Raise Taxes From Wall Street and Big Corporations
Contrary to critics’ claims, the Inflation Reduction Act would only increase taxes for large corporations and the wealthy while providing meaningful benefits for middle-income families across the country.
Rising Anti-China Sentiment in South Korea Offers Opportunities To Strengthen US-ROK Relations
The Yoon administration’s posture toward China has important implications for the U.S.-ROK alliance and America’s strategic approach in the region.
Numbers don’t lie: Ron Johnson’s tax scam was a raw deal for Wisconsin
Seth Hanlon urges Sen. Ron Johnson (R-WI) to support the Inflation Reduction Act and put the needs of Wisconsin families ahead of his own interests.
11 Ways the Inflation Reduction Act Will Help Americans
The new Senate deal will reduce inflation; bring down the skyrocketing cost of prescription drugs; cut health care costs; make historic investments to tackle climate change; and significantly cut the deficit.