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Corey Cantor | Jan 28
As we head into a Presidential cycle, the issue of how wrong the GOP has been on the ACA has to become a material part of the debate.
Robert J. Shapiro | Mar 6
Using new government data, we can more clearly how Americans saw broad income gains in the 1980s and 1990s and stagnation and decline since.
Simon Rosenberg | Feb 24
The lessons of the health care reform fight point the way: years of battle, legal victories and defeats; but at the end, a better America with millions...
Simon Rosenberg | Apr 8
If the ultimate end of the current policy approach of the Administration was to help move Cuba beyond the Castro era it appears that America has...
Corey Cantor // Wed, April 8
Democrats have brought growth, smaller deficits and soaring stock markets. Republicans - not so much.
Simon Rosenberg // Fri, March 13
The Obama Administration's efforts to move forward on its immigration action grows stronger as 24 states join its case in favor of lifting the injunction placed by Judge Hanen.
Simon Rosenberg // Thu, March 12
We are a endorsing this campaign, which is working to make 2-year and 4-year colleges free for students in all 50 states.
Corey Cantor // Mon, February 9
We were particularly struck by a passage at the close of President Obama's opening remarks at his press conference with Germany's Angela Merkel today.
Simon Rosenberg // Fri, February 6
Getting this year’s IANA transfer right is one of the most important things our government will do in 2015, and will be a test of our system.
Simon Rosenberg // Wed, December 17
This new analysis takes a look at whether, due to how few Americans are able to cast a meaningful vote in a Federal elections our electoral system, is still capable of conveying the “consent of the governed” to those in power in Washington.
Simon Rosenberg // Fri, November 7
Republicans have made substantial gains in recent years, and are a much stronger national party. Democrats have a lot of work to do to compete and win against a resurgent GOP.
Simon Rosenberg // Wed, October 22
Simon and Jon Spalter offer up a whole of government approach to keeping the Internet open and free in the years ahead.