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Evidence Works: Cases Where Evidence Meaningfully Informed Policy

Nick Hart, Meron Yohannes / Research June 11, 2019

Policymakers and elected officials should implement evidence in their policymaking to be better informed and be more successful in their work.

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Comments on EAC’s Proposed “Voluntary Voting System Guidelines 2.0 Principles and Guidelines”

Matthew Weil / Research May 23, 2019

The Bipartisan Policy Center submitted the following comments on EAC’s Proposed “Voluntary Voting System Guidelines 2.0 Principles and Guidelines.”

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House Rules Data

Donald R. Wolfensberger / Research May 23, 2019

Rules data on the 112th, 113th, 114th, and 115th Congresses, compiled by BPC resident scholar Donald Wolfensberger.

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From the Ground Up: Improving Child Care and Early Learning Facilities

Education / Research May 22, 2019

This catalog provides examples of federal-, state-, and local-level models addressing child care facility-related challenges.

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Tax Administration: Compliance, Complexity, and Capacity

Economy / Research April 8, 2019

How the government administers the U.S. tax system typically draws far less attention from policymakers and the American public, but is critically important.

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Carbon Removal Comparing Historical Investments with the National Academies Recommendations

Energy / Research April 3, 2019

Analysis of the historical baseline estimates of federal RD&D investment related to carbon removal and how they compare with NASEM recommended future funding levels.

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Privacy-Preserved Data Sharing for Evidence-Based Policy Decisions

Evidence / Research March 28, 2019

Emerging privacy-preserving technologies hold considerable promise for improving data privacy and confidentiality. This paper primarily focuses on secure computation.

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Tracking Federal Funding to Combat the Opioid Crisis

Health / Research March 26, 2019

BPC conducted an analysis of federal appropriations and identified 57 federal programs that, either entirely or significantly, fund efforts to curb the opioid epidemic.

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A Call for Clarity and Compromise

Cristobal Ramón / Research March 25, 2019

State and local officials increasingly want Congress to reform the nation’s immigration laws to bring clarity to the national debate.

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The Future of Working Families: How We Care for Our Children

Education / Research March 21, 2019

Blueprint of an agenda to prioritize America’s families and support all children in reaching their full potential from BPC’s Future search Conference on Early Childhood.

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