Trump’s budget is an unmitigated disaster for everyday Americans—including women, people with disabilities, LGBTQ individuals, communities of color, and more.
President Trump's infrastructure plan ignores authorities that could help him accelerate the permitting process and instead calls for new guts to environmental protections.
The I-69 Section 5 project in southern Indiana demonstrates that risk transference through public-private partnerships is not guaranteed.
President Trump and the congressional majority are handing the wealthiest Americans a tax break every year by refusing to raise Social Security’s payroll tax cap.
The Trump budget aims to eviscerate U.S. diplomacy and development programs, putting Americans directly in harm's way.
The president's budget pays for his tax cuts for the wealthy and corporations by slashing health care, education, and other critical investments.
With their proposed fiscal year 2019 budget, President Trump and Secretary DeVos have demonstrated, once again, that they are eager to drain public education funds in order to push their privatization schemes.
Trump's infrastructure policy won't support meaningful job creation or necessary updates to American infrastructure, but it will lead to dirtier air and water and may jeopardize programs that many working families rely on.
As detailed in a leaked proposal, the Trump administration’s plan would require fundamental changes to no fewer than 10 bedrock environmental laws that protect the nation’s clean air, clean water, wildlife, and national parks.
The Trump administration wants to cut core federal infrastructure funds, including the Highway Trust Fund, New Starts, TIGER, and long-distance Amtrak routes, among others; these cuts will make it harder for states and regions to build critical projects, harming communities of all sizes.
President Donald Trump’s pledge to fast-track infrastructure projects threatens to roll back essential environmental review regulations that safeguard natural habitats and local communities.
The Final Tax Bill Is a Bigger Win for Foreign Investors Than the Entire Working and Middle Class in Trump States
In 2019, foreign investors would bring home $5 billion more from the tax bill than every working- and middle-class family in states that voted for President Trump, combined.
Using a current policy baseline means that the cost of temporary tax cuts must be taken into account in the Senate tax bill.
This week, Michele and Igor sit down with Helaine Olen, author and contributor to the Washington Post's Plumline blog, to discuss the congressional GOP tax bill.
Foreign investors would gain a larger benefit from the congressional tax plans in 2019 than working- and middle-class families in every state that voted for President Donald Trump, combined.