An improved appropriations process in which Congress enacted five of 12 appropriations bills before the start of fiscal year 2019 resulted in a better functioning Congress.
This package deserved and still deserves consideration from congressional leaders and the full House and Senate.
The policy framework recognizes that the quality of the physical buildings and spaces where children learn, play, and grow are a fundamental part of their development and learning.
New Report Finds States More Active in Immigration Legislation, Underscores Need for Federal Action from New Congress
BPC finds that states are increasingly enacting immigration-related laws in the absence of federal congressional action, creating a complex patchwork of disparate rules across the country.
To mark National Rural Health Day, the Bipartisan Policy Center is releasing a new video that serves as a critical snapshot of the challenges and opportunities for reforming America’s rural health care system.
With a rapidly aging population, workforce shortages and adequate training and support for caregivers pose a threat to the quality of care delivered to our nation’s elderly.
Less than 60 days after the newly elected Congress is sworn in this January, the federal debt limit will come back into effect at a record high level.
Washington, D.C.– Voters turned out in record numbers yesterday to cast ballots in the 2018 midterm general election. While the ballots are still being reviewed, counted, and adjudicated across the country, a Bipartisan Policy Center analysis of publicly reported, unofficial…
While the challenge may seem daunting, companies around the world are already demonstrating that carbon removal and direct air capture technology works