To end the tax games rich people play, we need more oomph than isolated officials can deliver.
Build Back Better is on the ropes. But other parts of a just transition are moving forward.
Among care advocates, equitable paid leave policy needs to meet the triple A standard: Accessible, affordable, and adequate.
Strong jobs numbers are not enough. The president should keep pushing a bold legislative agenda while deploying every executive tool at his disposal to achieve a more equitable economy.
Letting small minorities of senators block things most Americans support delivers obstruction, not bipartisanship.
Over 35,000 people joined a recent telephone town hall to kick off a six-week campaign to protect investments in the care economy.
The Poor People’s Campaign and progressive members of Congress vow to continue the fight for the Build Back Better Act.
The human cost of Manchin’s threat to kill the Build Back Better Act.
Feeling bleak? Well, 2021 wasn’t all bad — here are a few astounding things ordinary people won at home and abroad.
The year to come could still see big changes for the better. Here’s how.
The 2022 elections are still a year away, but all signs point to trouble for Democrats.
Advocates have overcome opposition from conservative Democrats to secure four weeks of paid leave in the House budget bill, but more obstacles remain.
Have we just about decided that the further accumulation of billionaire fortunes makes for good public policy?
Democrats are slashing the Build Back Better bill from $3.5 trillion to $1.75 trillion over ten years. Meanwhile, Pentagon contractors have received $3.4 trillion over the past decade.
Movements are using this once-in-a-lifetime political moment to mobilize communities against climate change and corporate greed.