"The Bipartisan Policy Center (BPC) strongly supports H.Res. 532, condemning the Government of Turkey’s recent blocking access to social media and thereby restricting free expression and Internet freedom. The strong and historic alliance between Turkey and the United States is grounded in a shared commitment to fundamental liberties.
The Bipartisan Policy Center, in conjunction with USA TODAY, released its fourth joint poll of Americans’ attitudes toward aspects of our political system, this time specifically on the U.S. Congress. The poll, conducted by by Whit Ayres and Mark Mellman, did find a lot of bipartisan agreement, not surprisingly that Congress as an institution is unpopular. In fact, only about 2 in 10 people approve of Congress and this low reading is double what other recent polls have found.
The March 30 local elections will be Turkish voters’ first opportunity to respond to recent political turbulence
Opinions on the extent to which the U.S. enforces immigration laws vary dramatically. Some contend that enforcement is already extremely tough, while others contend that the government fails to enforce immigration law. Rarely are these claims backed by more than one or two statistics.
BPC’s Financial Regulatory Reform Initiative has found that Dodd-Frank empowered financial regulators with substantial authority and flexibility to use their tools to improve regulation and achieve better regulatory outcomes for both financial services providers and end users of those financial services.
On March 6, 2014, the Bipartisan Policy Center's Financial Regulatory Reform Initiative Failure Resolution Task Force submitted comments on the Federal Deposit Insurance