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How the Filibuster Has Hurt Workers and Protected Corporate Influence

How the Filibuster Has Hurt Workers and Protected Corporate Influence

January 14, 2021

By Emily DiVito

The Case for Progressive Stimulus: How Spending Now Can Drive Long-Term and Equitable Prosperity

The Case for Progressive Stimulus: How Spending Now Can Drive Long-Term and Equitable Prosperity

December 16, 2020

By Suzanne Kahn

Preventing Another Lost Decade: Why Large Federal Deficits Should Be Welcomed, Not Feared, in Today’s Economy

Preventing Another Lost Decade: Why Large Federal Deficits Should Be Welcomed, Not Feared, in Today’s Economy

December 16, 2020

By J. W. Mason

A Green COVID-19 Recovery: Lessons from the ARRA

A Green COVID-19 Recovery: Lessons from the ARRA

December 16, 2020

By Rhiana Gunn-Wright, Kristina Karlsson

A True New Deal for Higher Education: How a Stimulus for Higher Ed Can Advance Progressive Policy Goals

A True New Deal for Higher Education: How a Stimulus for Higher Ed Can Advance Progressive Policy Goals

December 16, 2020

By Suzanne Kahn, Jennifer Mittelstadt, Lisa Levenstein

Illinois Direct Care Training Partnership: Framework for Employer and Employee Co-Learning Fund

Illinois Direct Care Training Partnership: Framework for Employer and Employee Co-Learning Fund

October 30, 2020

By Kevin Cao

Introduction of an Organ Donation Tax Credit to Increase Access to Living-Donor Kidney Transplants in Georgia

Introduction of an Organ Donation Tax Credit to Increase Access to Living-Donor Kidney Transplants in Georgia

October 30, 2020

By Emma Tucker

Implementation of Risk Assessment Tools in the Criminal Justice System: What Is a Fair Approach?

Implementation of Risk Assessment Tools in the Criminal Justice System: What Is a Fair Approach?

October 30, 2020

By Anthony Potts

The Economy of Tomorrow: Recovering and Restructuring after COVID-19

The Economy of Tomorrow: Recovering and Restructuring after COVID-19

October 28, 2020

By Joseph Stiglitz

Black Women Best: The Framework We Need for an Equitable Economy

Black Women Best: The Framework We Need for an Equitable Economy

September 15, 2020

By Kendra Bozarth, Grace Western, Janelle Jones