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A New Era for Federal Evaluation: Implementing the Evidence Act

Evidence / March 15, 2019 10:00 a.m. to 11:30 a.m. ET

Join experts to learn about why these provisions matter for the American public, and strategies for effectively implementing the Evidence Act’s evaluation provisions.

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Episode 36: This Week in Immigration

Immigration / Podcast February 26, 2019

This week we cover President Trump’s national emergency declaration, the border wall, and responses to the administration’s border security and asylum policies.

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Episode 34: This Week in Immigration

Immigration / Podcast January 29, 2019

The history of humanitarian crises at our borders, the new migrant caravan and update on the previous one, and what we predict from the State of the Union on immigration.

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Grumet: We Must Seize this Opportunity in the Immigration Border Discussion

Immigration / Press Release January 19, 2019

Statement from BPC President Jason Grumet on today’s developments in the border policy negotiations.

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Episode 29: This Week in Immigration

Immigration / Podcast November 6, 2018

The 2018 midterm elections. How Trump’s messaging on the migrant caravan shaped the Republicans’ strategy, the Democrats’ approach, and trends to watch on election night.

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Birthright Citizenship: A Primer

Cristobal Ramón / Blog November 5, 2018

The latest efforts to eliminate birthright citizenship have renewed questions about its legal foundations and the prospect of eliminating it for the children of non-citizens.

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Crisis at the Border? Overall Numbers Down, but New Migrant Flows Are Testing the System

Cristobal Ramón / Blog October 1, 2018

Apprehensions of families with asylum claims have increased over the last three years, presenting new challenges for U.S. border officials.

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Five Ways the Federal Government Is Promoting Falls Prevention for Older Adults

Andy Winkler / Blog September 21, 2018

Falls Prevention Awareness Day remains an important reminder of the progress that has been made and how much more work is yet to be done around this important issue.   

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Could the Great Lakes be a Model for Cleaning Up Other Waterways?

Jake Varn, Kyle Funk / Blog September 10, 2018

Of America’s 3.5 million miles of rivers and streams, only 31 percent have been assessed and, of those, 53 percent do not meet health and safety standards.

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Into the Abyss: Turkish Impressions of a U.S.-Turkish Break

Nicholas Danforth / Blog August 17, 2018

With Trump threatening more sanctions and Erdogan threatening to find other allies, Turkey may be forced to figure out what the alternatives are.

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