The House’s failure to find a consensus path forward comes at a critical point in our nation’s debate over immigration. Only bipartisan solutions will be meaningful and lasting.
Key takeaways from the new Congressional Budget Office projections, which show a dire long-term outlook for the nation’s finances.
While further discussion and planning are needed on the consolidation proposal, the goal to better coordinate evidence-building activities is promising.
The Bipartisan Policy Center is pleased to announce that Maria Contreras-Sweet, 24th administrator of the U.S. Small Business Administration, and Darlene L. Jordan, executive director of the Gerald R. Jordan Foundation, have joined its board of directors.
A new analysis of employment rates of native-born U.S. workers compared to trends in foreign-born shares of the workforce finds that employment rates for native-born workers in a given local area actually rose by a small amount when more immigrants arrived.
The trustees for Social Security and Medicare released their annual reports on the financial status of the two programs.