Issue Brief The Romney-Ryan budget would have devastating consequences for every state in the union.
Issue Brief Gov. Romney and Rep. Ryan's economic plans would interfere with air pollution protections, benefit Big Oil, and threaten public health and safety.
Issue Brief Gov. Mitt Romney's plan, along with his endorsement of Rep. Paul Ryan's budget, calls not for an attack on poverty but for an attack on the poor themselves.
Issue Brief Seth Hanlon explains how billionaire casino mogul Sheldon Adelson stands to benefit from Gov. Romney's proposed tax policies.
Issue Brief Jessica Goad explains how the Republican candidates for the presidency and vice presidency of our nation would drill, slash, and sell our public lands to benefit a few well-connected businesses and individuals.
Issue Brief David Abromowitz provides a sampling of positions on housing that Gov. Romney appears to hold based on remarks he or his surrogates have made during the campaign.
An infographic from Jeremy Ayers shows how Gov. Romney has repeatedly changed his tone on education policy.
An infographic from Jeremy Ayers shows how President Obama and Gov. Romney approach education differently.
Issue Brief Gov. Romney’s plan to improve education lacks the detail and depth the public should expect from a presidential candidate, writes Jeremy Ayers.
Issue Brief Crosby Burns and Jeff Krehely ask six questions about Gov. Mitt Romney's vague record on gay and transgender issues.
Issue Brief Stephen Steigleder explains how Rep. Ryan's budget plan would negatively affect Pell Grants, making college unaffordable for many low-income students who rely on the aid to get a higher education degree.
Issue Brief David Cutler, Topher Spiro, and Maura Calsyn analyze the impact of the Romney-Ryan plan on current and future seniors and show that the increase in health care costs under the Romney-Ryan plan would be financially debilitating for all seniors.
Issue Brief The Center for American Progress Action Fund explains why the Romney-Ryan ticket is bad for America.
Issue Brief Republican candidates Mitt Romney and Paul Ryan have a clear vision for America’s energy future. They want to continue lucrative tax breaks for Big Oil companies while slashing investments in clean energy technologies that create U.S. jobs and keep the United States competitive in the global marketplace.