Senior Director, Accountability and International Policy
Michael Sozan, a senior fellow at the Center for American Progress, filed written testimony before the Washington State House in support of S.B. 5284, a bill that would strengthen campaign-related spending disclosure requirements and limit political spending by U.S. corporations with appreciable foreign ownership.
In a comment letter submitted to the U.S. Department of Education, Madison Weiss provides recommendations on the low-financial-value postsecondary programs list.
Michael Sozan, a senior fellow at the Center for American Progress, filed written testimony before the Hawaii Senate in support of S.B. 1179, a bill that would limit political spending by U.S. corporations with appreciable foreign ownership.
The Center for American Progress submitted a comment letter to the Federal Reserve Board regarding the board’s proposed climate-related financial risk management principles for the largest U.S. banks.
Ticketmaster’s bungling of Taylor Swift tickets illustrates the importance of market competition and vigorous antitrust enforcement.
Marc Jarsulic examines why relying on the Federal Reserve alone is insufficient to reduce inflation.
Please join the Center for American Progress for a multipanel discussion with OMB Director Shalanda Young, one of the key officials responsible for implementing the IRA, and everyday Americans about the Inflation Reduction Act and what it will mean for the United States and the American people.
Lilith Fellowes-Granda argues that, for the sake of financial stability, the Federal Reserve should supervise foreign banks as they do their U.S. counterparts.
Todd Phillips urges regulators to more forcefully police bank mergers due to the unique risks they pose to the U.S. economy.
Bank regulators must reverse Trump-era policies, finish long-delayed projects, and address emerging risks.
Todd Phillips and Alex Thornton question Congress' current approach to crypto regulation and urge a new path forward.
The Commodity Futures Trading Commission must ensure that derivatives markets facilitate the transition to a carbon-neutral economy; are capable of withstanding climate risks; and are competitive, transparent, and safe for all market participants under the commission’s jurisdiction.
Climate action that meets the crisis’ urgency, creates good-quality jobs, benefits disadvantaged communities, and restores U.S. credibility on the global stage
Democracy is under attack at home and abroad. We must take swift action to ensure it is accessible to all, accountable, and can serve as a force of good.
Economic growth must be built on the foundation of a strong and secure middle class so that all Americans, not just those at the top, benefit from growth.