The murder of Kathryn Steinle by an unauthorized immigrant released from custody in San Francisco has reignited the issue of “sanctuary” cities.
The Trump orders would, by agreement or by coercion, put states and localities squarely in the middle of immigration enforcement in the United States.
The Republican-controlled Congress took aim this week at states that are creating retirement saving programs for workers who do not already have 401(k)s through their jobs.
As documented by BPC, the major operational, logistical, and technical challenge in implementing exit capability at our ports has been the land borders.
On Tuesday, January 27, the Bipartisan Policy Center’s (BPC) Nuclear Waste Initiative is partnering with the San Onofre Community Engagement Panel (CEP) to hold a public discussion on the issue
The law will require employers to either offer an employer-sponsored retirement plan or automatically enroll their employees into the new Secure Choice program.
We are pleased to introduce our first Summit speaker, Professor Dowell Myers, Ph.D. a demographer and urban planner from the University of Southern California Sol Price School of Public Policy. Don’t miss his luncheon keynote presentation on Monday, September 15.
Even four decades into the convenience voting experiment, the rise of vote-by-mail and early in-person voting varies significantly among states both in the magnitude of votes cast and in the modes available to voters.
Last Thursday, U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) released updated data on the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) program. According to the new data, USCIS has approved over 550,000 applications, representing 86 percent of applications accepted for review. Based on estimates of the eligible population, this accounts for more than half of DACA-eligible unauthorized immigrants.