Amidst the country’s shortage of affordable homes, the Housing Choice Voucher program offers support for low-income families to relocate to neighborhoods with lower poverty.
The Supreme Court’s ruling in Benisek and Gill means redistricting reform will need to come from the voters and their representatives directly.
Analysis from the National Center for Health Statistics suggests suicide rates in the U.S. not only increased between 1999 and 2016 but some states increased by more than half.
Committees in the House and Senate are reporting high numbers of bills to the floor yet leadership in both chambers has severely curtailed the ability of members to offer amendments on the floor.
On May 8th, Bipartisan Policy Center (BPC) hosted an event on “Investing in the Nation’s Future – A Renewed Commitment to Federal Science Funding” in partnership with The Science Coalition. Eric K. Fanning, the President and CEO of Aerospace Industries…
BPC participated in a roundtable convened at the White House on May 23 to discuss how government can better use its data to support government operations.
If dockless bikes and scooters can sustain their popularity and utility, while addressing public safety concerns, they have the potential to have a transformative impact.
Some data collection mechanisms have long existed to enable tracking of trends and monitoring broad conditions about government drug policy.