A statewide survey of Colorado child care providers shows unsustainable business conditions and bolsters the need for federal child care relief.
A Comprehensive Plan To Manufacture, Finance, and Distribute a COVID-19 Vaccine
Only a National Strategy To Combat COVID-19 Can Ensure a Full Economic Recovery
A New Strategy To Contain the Coronavirus
The True Cost of Providing Safe Child Care During the Coronavirus Pandemic
A Communications Strategy to End the COVID-19 Pandemic
Low-income residents in nonexpansion states face limited options for health coverage.
Productivity-enhancing investments, inequality-reducing revenues, and strong financial regulation are all central to responsible fiscal policy.
The collapse of the child care sector and drastic reductions in school supervision hours as a result of COVID-19 could drive millions of mothers out of the paid workforce. Inaction could cost billions, undermine family economic security, and set gender equity back a generation.
Hardships disproportionately faced by communities of color are being exacerbated by the pandemic and require an equitable recovery that reconciles past harms while also providing solutions for current and future challenges.
President Trump’s embrace of a herd immunity strategy, push to repeal the ACA, and broken health care promises put seniors’ health at risk.
As the child care market struggles to survive the impact of the pandemic, states can implement strategies to improve child care so that it better meets the needs of working families, children, educators, and employers.
Topher Spiro writes about why the monoclonal antibody treatment will not be widely available to those with COVID-19.
The recent spikes in COVID-19 cases in rural America should spur policymakers to provide much-needed relief.
Health officials have also linked his political events to more than two dozen individual cases.
Several states stand out for their plans to spend COVID-19 emergency relief aid on supporting vulnerable students and institutions.
Now is not the time to rush through a Supreme Court nominee who is likely to dismantle the ACA; instead, it is time to do more to protect Americans—especially people of color.
The Shambolic Response to the Public Health and Economic Crisis Has Women on the Brink as the Job Recovery Stalls
Women took the biggest economic hit from the coronavirus-induced recession, and a slowing recovery is increasingly leaving women behind, threatening to set working women back a generation.
A lot is at stake in the 2020 elections—and voter turnout among Americans with disabilities must be supported before and after the polls close.
While millions go hungry, U.S. Department of Agriculture Secretary Sonny Perdue continues to prioritize corporate profits and power.