How the White House proposes we pay for massive investments in child care, education, paid family leave, and more.
How three prevalent misperceptions about immigrants are flatly wrong and harmful.
Trump-induced whiplash for stimulus talks, domestic terrorism in Michigan, and a congressional call to address Big Tech.
This week: The coronavirus visits the White House, stimulus talks are back on, and the Trump admin further restricts refugee admissions. Welcome to The Wrap! Each Monday, we’ll walk through some of the big news and policy headlines from last week so you know what to look for in the week ahead. If you’re interestedContinue reading “A White House COVID Clusterf**k: The Wrap (10/5/20)”
This week: West coast wildfires, Trump’s on-tape comments on COVID-19, and the latest on stimulus talks.
Details on the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program and its place in the next stimulus bill.
State and local governments are tightening belts as their revenues take a huge hit. What does this mean for Americans, and will Congress do something about it?
Grim numbers for unemployment insurance claims and the expiration of much-needed benefits frame Congress’ struggle to strike a deal.
The June jobs report and declining death numbers from COVID-19 feel like good news, but we shouldn’t be patting ourselves on the back.