Letters and Testimony
The country’s election administrators and policymakers must continue to focus on the security and accuracy of the nation’s voter registration infrastructure.
This year, perhaps more than ever before, it will be important to have the voting public well informed about how the electoral process works.
Although nuclear power was developed and first commercialized in the America, we are losing the strategic and economic advantages of U.S. leadership in the field.
A Gallup poll earlier this year found that 64 percent of Americans are either very worried or moderately worried about not having enough money for retirement.
BPC applauds FDA’s efforts to incorporate enhancements to accelerate the development and delivery of safe and effective treatments and cures to patients.
We urge you to make modernizing America’s infrastructure a central feature of your campaigns, and, if elected, a priority within your first 100 days of office.
The current budget procedures, rules, and processes are so complex that members and their staffs find them hard to understand, let alone the American taxpayer.
A new BPC report outlines a set of practical changes that could improve the availability and affordability of long-term services and supports.