American Energy Security and Innovation: Grid Reliability Challenges in a Shifting Energy-Resource Landscape
Dan Weiss testifies on the effects that climate change has on electricity security and innovation before the Subcommittee on Energy and Power of the Committee on Energy and Commerce.
Legal Status for Undocumented Workers Is Good for American Workers
Studies show that providing legal status to undocumented immigrants will increase wages for American workers.
Infographic: Changing Demographics in Harris County
Harris County has experienced population growth of more than 20 percent with the majority coming from Latinos and Asian Americans.
Maryland Secure Choice Retirement Savings Program and Maryland Secure Choice Retirement Savings Trust
David Madland discusses the Maryland Secure Choice Retirement Savings Program before the Maryland House of Delegates.
Examining the Proper Role of the Federal Housing Administration in Our Mortgage Insurance Market
Julia Gordon, Director of Housing Finance and Policy, testifies before the House Committee on Financial Services.
State-Level Policies Threaten to Further Weaken Unions
We should adopt policies that help workers freely choose whether to organize if we want to strengthen organized labor and create a vibrant middle class.
Video: Making the Right Choices for Shared Prosperity
Video The American Dream hangs in the balance as Congress considers cuts to human-needs programs that lift millions out of poverty and expand economic opportunity to all. The choices we make next will determine the economic security of our families and our future economic competitiveness.
Note to Republicans: The Problem Isn’t Just Immigration
Latinos’ disdain for the party’s brand goes far beyond the party’s stance on immigration.
What’s Behind the Democrats’ Demographic Advantage?
Understanding the impact of the nation’s shifting demographics on the election requires digging deeper than the numbers.
Obama’s and Romney’s Science Policies: How Do They Stack Up?
Issue Brief Here’s a cheat sheet with everything you need to know about where the candidates stand on important progressive science and technology priorities.
Another Explanation for Powell’s Endorsement of President Obama
Our senior military officers well remember the price our troops paid for the outrageous blunders of neoconservatives now dominating security policy in the Romney campaign.
Merit Selection and Retention Elections Keep Judges Out of Politics
Issue Brief Merit selection and retention elections offer a far better alternative to contested elections. Judges must be independent from political pressure so they can vindicate constitutional rights without fear of political backlash.
Romney’s Foreign Policy Would Rely on Magic and Misplaced Charisma
Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney has a lack of substance on foreign policy—backed by his unsubstantiated insistence that he’ll simply be good at it.
Video: Mitt Romney’s Tax Plan Doesn’t Add Up
Video Michael Ettlinger explains how Gov. Romney's $5 trillion tax plan will be bad for the middle class.
Romney’s Economic Record in Massachusetts Isn’t What He Says
By a variety of measures, what the Republican presidential candidate said about his stewardship of the state contradicts the facts—naturally.