Paid leave was front and center on Wednesday, May 8, as the Ways and Means Committee held the first-ever House hearing on paid family and medical leave.
BPC is tracking bipartisan legislation introduced in the 116th Congress that could advance U.S. clean energy solutions and reduce carbon emissions.
When the opportunity presents itself to join advocates and stakeholders who understand housing and economic development, it is only fitting that early childhood advocates “partner up.”
The debt limit was reinstated from its latest suspension on March 2, 2019. Since then, the Treasury Department has been deploying so-called “extraordinary measures,” that buy limited additional time.
Social Security’s trust funds are headed towards depletion. If that happened, it would translate to drastic benefit cuts for current and future beneficiaries.
To remain in the U.S. without authorization is an administrative violation of the law. For this reason, immigration detention is civil in nature, and therefore distinct from criminal incarceration.
An increasing number of individuals are seeking and receiving humanitarian protection in Mexico for gang-related threats and human rights violations.