In this report, Alexander Hertel-Fernandezproposes suggestions to transform the relationship between workers and their workplace in order to expand civic and political engagement.
In this report, David S. Rubenstein proposes reforms to federal procurement law to establish transparent and ethical AI practices across federal agencies.
In this report, Rudy Mehrbani, Tess Byars, and Louis Katz propose a set of recommendations to reform federal personnel policy so the next administration can be staffed with the capacity to solve the pressing crises facing the nation.
In this report, author Graham Steele proposes a new consumer safety net that can be created through the CFPB’s existing legal authority.
This report introduces policy proposals to ready the housing market for a climate-induced crash and equitably manage retreat from at-risk geographies.
This report proposes the creation of a standing emergency economic resilience and stabilization program (SEERS) to be deployed in the event of a declared economic emergency as an alternative to the poorly managed, unfair, ad hoc bailouts Congress has enacted during the last two economic crisis.
This report proposes reforming the Office of Information and Regulatory Affairs’ (OIRA) structure and regulatory review process so that it can better support a progressive, equitable, and sustainable agenda.
This report proposes a civil justice reform package to ensure that vulnerable Americans facing legal problems such as wrongful evictions and contract disputes have the resources they need to secure justice.
This paper argues that a sustainable shift to green energy requires a significant reallocation of capital from fossil fuels to green energy and that the Dodd-Frank Act provides the regulatory tools to require financial institutions to internalize the financial risks associated with lending and investments that drive climate change.
This paper argues that Congress has already given the Department of Education the tools to respond to the $1.6 trillion student debt crisis by cancelling a substantial portion of this debt.