Under the new GOP tax law, states that pay teachers a living wage subsidize states that pay them poorly.
Massachusetts, California, and Oregon are all launching campaigns to combat rising inequality. Other states should take note.
The average debt for a college graduate is $37,000 and the system is trying to squeeze you harder than any generation before. But it doesn’t have to be this way.
More robust estate taxes could cover the cost of making public colleges and universities tuition-free.
A powerful solution to state deficits is to invert each state’s tax structure.