Statement from Max Richtman on Racial Injustice

“Despite a lifetime of hard work and sacrifice, raising families, military service and contributing to the well-being of their families and communities, many Americans still face biases and outright discrimination…” Read More

Payroll-Tax Cuts Mostly Go to the Well Off

Casey B. Mulligan and Stephen Moore’s prescription for the next round of coronavirus relief (“A True Economic Stimulus Plan,” op-ed, July 3) may be a salve for employers and high earners, but won’t cure the financial woes that ail unemployed, lower-income and working-class Americans.

Austerity Measures Have No Place in Next Coronavirus Relief Bill

As Congress considers another much-needed coronavirus relief bill, a group of lawmakers is attempting to inject proposals that could permanently tear our social safety net.

Trump, USPS and Seniors

Refusing to bolster the United States Postal Service in its time of need is nothing short of a betrayal of American seniors, who are more reliant upon the US Postal Service than any other age group.



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Trump Administration Actions

Trump Administration Actions

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Congress Targeting Earned Benefits

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Eleanor's Hope: Women's Issues

Eleanor’s Hope – Women’s Issues

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See What is Happening in the 116th Congress

116th Congress

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Social Security State Snapshots

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