SAGE, the Movement Advancement Project, and CAP co-author a report on how older LGBTQ adults in the United States are faring during the coronavirus pandemic.
Without substantial, immediate, direct aid to local governments, first responders, teachers, and millions of other vital local government employees will be put out of work—and this will also make the recession deeper and more long lasting.
In the Wake of the Coronavirus, We Must Design and Build the Schools We Need—Not Simply Reopen Schools As They Were
The global standing of U.S. public education has been in decline for years; the coronavirus pandemic offers an opportunity to design and build a system that supports all students.
Andy Green and others write a letter to the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission regarding corporate accountability and transparency amid the coronavirus pandemic.
Here are some of the Faith and Progressive Policy Initiative's coronavirus-related resources.
Instead of helping fishermen and coastal communities survive the coronavirus crisis, the Trump administration is using the pandemic as an excuse to weaken fisheries management and begin industrial fish farming.
Amid the coronavirus pandemic, the child care industry has yet to see the major investments needed to stabilize the industry during the crisis and in the reopening and recovery period to come. Please join the Center for American Progress and the National Association for the Education of Young Children for an online event with child care providers on the front lines, whose experiences provide a guide for policymakers to ensure that early childhood educators can continue to drive the economy forward.
Amid an ongoing pandemic and a legacy of neglect, a college president tries to keep his students’ dreams alive. Congress must help.
Formerly incarcerated Americans are especially vulnerable to job loss amid COVID-19 and the current economic recession due to the stigma of a criminal record, and Rebecca Vallas and Sharon Dietrich argue that they deserve to have their slates wiped clean through expungement and record sealing.
Vote by Mail Is One of Many Ways To Ensure the Disability Community Is Included in the Next Election
In-person voting must be coupled with the expansion of vote by mail to ensure that disabled voters can participate in this historic election.
Assisting business liquidity is a crucial part of the policy response to today’s economic crisis. While some business tax measures can be helpful, policymakers must ensure that such measures are well-targeted, temporary, and effective, setting the stage for strengthening the corporate tax in the years ahead.
STATEMENT: In the Midst of Historic Unemployment Crisis, the Trump Administration Will Fight for Draconian Work Reporting Requirements for SNAP Recipients
Washington, D.C. — Earlier this week, the U.S. Department of Agriculture under President Donald Trump made clear its intention to appeal a federal judge’s stay to delay the implementation of a rule that would strip hundreds of thousands of people of food assistance benefits through the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP). In response, Alexandra Cawthorne Gaines, vice...
The Fed plan to extend trillions of dollars in credit to support the economy during the COVID-19 crisis is needed, but significant changes are required to make the program transparent, accountable, and equitable.
States Should Embrace Vote by Mail and Early Voting To Protect Higher-Risk Populations From Coronavirus
By failing to adopt commonsense measures to fortify elections against the coronavirus pandemic, lawmakers put countless lives at risk.
How State and Local Governments Can Support Safe Workplaces and Protect Public Health During the Coronavirus Crisis
David Madland outlines how state and federal governments can support workers and protect public health during the coronavirus pandemic.