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.
The Senate Republican alternative to the American Jobs Plan would fail to invest in critical sectors necessary to create jobs and transition the United States to a competitive, 100 percent clean economy.
The White House and U.S. Department of the Interior have made quick progress on increasing conservation ambition, addressing climate change, and strengthening tribal consultation in the first 100 days.
As the Biden administration reengages the United States with Europe, tackling climate change should be at the center of its strategy.
In the administration’s first 100 days in office, the federal government has taken notable steps to support LGBTQ people and communities—and it must continue to implement this framework.
The enacted American Rescue Plan and the proposed American Jobs Plan should only be the start of the federal government’s bold investments to boost economic growth for all.
Fulfilling the United States’ mandate to tackle the climate crisis begins with fully funding long-term clean energy investments, as included in President Joseph Biden’s American Jobs Plan.
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Congress should help pay for national investments by making the wealthy and corporations pay the taxes they already owe.
The Biden-Harris administration can learn from California’s science-based, whole-of-government approach to climate policy, which has reduced harmful emissions, prioritized environmental justice, and built partnerships across the state.
LGBTQ people—particularly LGBTQ people of color and transgender people—were among the hardest hit by the COVID-19 pandemic. The ARPA’s investments are a critical first step on the road to recovery.
Individual and collective accountability for the family separation policy is needed to hold individuals responsible, restore faith in government institutions, prevent further abuses, and provide appropriate redress.
The Biden administration can further advance its key priorities by restoring federal leadership on access to justice issues.
A vigorous FSOC could go a long way toward creating a U.S. financial system that is resilient and positioned to support long-term growth.