As the future of the DREAM Act becomes more and more uncertain, immigration rights advocates turn their attention to stopping deportations.
Center for American Progress President and CEO John Podesta argues that it is time for a moment of clarity in the Senate as it considers whether to pass the New Strategic Arms Reduction Treaty this year.
A judge in Virgina ruled that a key component of the health care legislation is unconstitutional, but he has ties to Republicans who have opposed the legislation.
Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-Vt.) may not have filibustered any legislation, but he gave a voice to frustrated progressives who oppose tax cuts for the wealthy.
The Senate should consider the number of scientists, engineers, and technical workers the DREAM Act would add to our nation’s workforce when debating the DREAM Act this week.
Posted Monday, December 13, 2010 in Reprints by Jorge Madrid
Look forward to incremental change from this year’s climate change meeting in Cancun, Mexico.
Last night the House of Representatives voted to pass the DREAM Act by a vote of 216-198. The Senate is expected to vote today.
“Don’t ask, don’t tell” is a roadblock for proper health care for LGB members of the military.
Exposing the flaws in DREAM Act opponents’ most common arguments against the bill makes one thing very clear: there’s no good reason not to pass the DREAM Act this year.
The “Lincoln-Kyl compromise” spells bad news for Social Security.
Abortion policy in this country does not treat all women equally.
The burgeoning network of youths calling for DREAM action hasn’t flinched in the face of its formidable opposition.
The next climate change meeting started this week in Cancun, and the stakes are just as high as they were in Copenhagen.
Some conservatives oppose New START because they worry that the treaty places significant limitations on U.S. missile defenses. When New START is placed in proper context, however, these concerns fall flat.
Posted Thursday, December 2, 2010 in Reprints by Ben Morris-Levenson
As the Senate contemplates a vote on the DREAM Act, which would give undocumented youth a path to citizenship, it’s a now-or-never moment.
New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg wants the USDA to approve his plan to prevent the city’s food stamp recipients from buying soda.
Each year Thanksgiving presents an opportunity to consider the important things in life. Here is our list of six green ideas that we’re thankful for this year.
What is New START and where does it stand right now? Center for American Progress expert Max Bergmann explains.