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Forging an Enduring Bipartisan Consensus on Affordable Rental Housing

Housing / Research February 22, 2017

Policymakers have an opportunity to forge an enduring bipartisan consensus on affordable rental housing. There is more agreement between the two political parties than one might think. The question is whether lawmakers can find the political will to devote to the effort and the resources to make significant progress.

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The Hidden Threat to a High-Performance Force

National Security / Research February 14, 2017

Now is the time to examine the reasons and rationale behind the present personnel system and assess its ability to meet the needs of the future force.

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Caring for High-Need, High-Cost Medicare Patients

Health / Research February 9, 2017

Research suggests that for high-need, high-cost patients the application of non-clinical interventions and other social supports can improve health outcomes.

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The Building Blocks of a Ready Military

Economy / Research January 24, 2017

The U.S. military’s state of preparedness has become a central focus for policymakers on Capitol Hill and in the Pentagon.

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Still Room for Consensus

Immigration / Research January 18, 2017

Our system of legal immigration, both permanent and temporary, is woefully out of step with our economic needs, and is often unworkable for employers and immigrants alike.

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The Healthy Base Initiative

Health / Research January 12, 2017

Poor health, obesity, lack of physical fitness, and tobacco use pose a growing threat to U.S. military recruitment, readiness, and resilience.

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The Impact of the Dodd-Frank Act

Martin Neil Baily, Aaron Klein, Justin Schardin / Research January 11, 2017

Although Dodd-Frank has been largely successful in stabilizing the financial sector, it still needs to be fine-tuned.

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Donald Palmer Testifies about 2016 Election Administration

Governance / Research December 15, 2016

The country’s election administrators and policymakers must continue to focus on the security and accuracy of the nation’s voter registration infrastructure.

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Transition Memo: A Plan to Modernize America’s Infrastructure

Infrastructure / Research December 7, 2016

Meeting America’s infrastructure needs requires more private investment and a stronger framework to absorb it. Government cannot meet these needs alone.

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Beyond the Myth of Partnership: Rethinking U.S. Policy Toward Turkey

National Security / Research December 5, 2016

Erdogan’s need to consolidate power means that American attempts to mollify his concerns will not create a foundation for a workable relationship.

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