Neera Tanden and Tony Fratto write on the occasional bipartisan victory in Congress.
Issue Brief The next round of open enrollment for the Affordable Care Act begins in November. To avoid problems and to optimize the consumer experience, a new, more effective management structure is essential for the next phase of implementation.
CAP President Neera Tanden testifies before the Senate Budget Committee.
Issue Brief The Patient-Centered Outcomes Research Institute, or PCORI, should rapidly increase its investment in comparative effectiveness research, or CER.
CAP President Neera Tanden introduces The Shriver Report: A Woman’s Nation Pushes Back from the Brink.
Growing the economy from the middle out, rather than from the top down, is the only way to build broad, long-term prosperity.
Angela Glover Blackwell and Neera Tanden write about how California is embracing the diversity of its population and working to get its economy back on track.
Issue Brief Speaker Boehner’s proposed stopgap funding measure would have Congress embrace another round of spending cuts, while signaling a willingness to increase funding for defense only.
If conservatives are serious about promoting economic growth and prosperity, they need to stop fetishizing tax cuts and start proposing policy ideas that are based on actual facts.
Neera Tanden and Jessica Arons argue against the stance that Roe v. Wade hurt the pro-choice cause by trying to do too much, and that striking down DOMA might cause a similar backlash against gay marriage.
CAP President Neera Tanden explains why we need to invest in universal preschool education.
Issue Brief Through better background checks; taking military-grade weapons off the streets and out of criminals’ hands; and improved data, coordination, and enforcement, we can reduce the gun violence that plagues our communities, our children, and our families.
Report In order to secure our fiscal future and achieve meaningful deficit reduction over the next 10 years, we need a plan that combines progressive, revenue-enhancing tax reform with pragmatic spending cuts that do not undermine the middle class, the poor, or seniors.
Neera Tanden and Matt James explain why the United States must invest more in the education of the next generation in order to remain competitive economically.