Americans Believe They Pay Too Much for Health Care and Support Efforts to Reform our Current System
Americans across the political spectrum believe that individuals and families pay too much for health insurance premiums and out-of-pocket costs.
Washington, D.C.– The following is a statement of principles by the Bipartisan Policy Center’s Expert Panel on the Future of Health Care on reforming America’s health care system. “Republicans and Democrats agree that reforms are needed to improve upon today’s health care…
The extent of our nation’s infrastructure crisis is now massive, with about $3 trillion in infrastructure needs. While it’s easy to conclude that more funding is the answer, projected federal deficits and strapped state and local governments necessitate more comprehensive solutions.
Funding Our Future is poised to make this broad support clear to policymakers. Washington must find concrete, actionable solutions to the financial challenges faced by the American public.
The new event series, which will feature intimate conversations, film screenings, and book lectures, will highlight the work and ideas of prominent influencers with diverse viewpoints
The Bipartisan Policy Center’s quarterly Healthy Congress Index shows rare progress in how Congress handled appropriations bills this year.
In a promising display of bipartisanship, four senators introduced legislation today to help millions of Americans save for retirement.
Large majorities of American voters want the federal government to tackle immigration reform in a way that creates a controlled legal immigration system that is both fair and consistent