In an era defined by political polarization, there’s one issue that unites most Democrats and Republicans: the importance of entrepreneurship to the U.S. economy.
There remain important opportunities to influence policymaking at the agencies and to focus on the states as a frontier for innovation and reforms in health care.
A confluence of decisions over the last decade have significantly weakened the role of political parties and empowered the super PACs, 501(c)(4)s and a variety of other mechanisms that pour vast sums of largely unaccountable resources into our elections.
Bennett was guided throughout his life by a deep desire to do what is right, not only for his state, but for his country.
At a time when young Americans face record unemployment rates, trillions of dollars in student loan debt, and a diminishing Social Security Trust Fund, Common Sense Action, a nationwide Millennial grassroots organization, released its Agenda for Generational Equity during an event at The Washington Center.
BPC recently partnered with The Washington Center for the first week of its annual Inside Washington Seminar: Exploring Bipartisan Solutions.