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The United Kingdom has long been one of the most centralized developed economies in the world.
Today the Joint Center for Political and Economic Studies released 50 Years of the Voting Rights Act: The State of Race in P
The system is rigged and broken. A small number of people have far too much political power in America.
We’ve been hearing it for over thirty years: “Cut income tax rates for the wealthy and supply-side prosperity fol
The dramatic rise of incarceration and the precipitous fall in crime have shaped the landscape of American criminal justice o
Over the last five years, the eurozone has, without explicit popular consent, maintained a strict policy focus on fiscal aust
Last year the Congressional Budget Office (CBO) released a detailed analysis of the Affordable Care Act (ACA) that projected
My recent column about the growth of on-demand jobs like Uber making life less predictable and secure for workers unleashed a
The story of dark money could get a new chapter from the Supreme Court this term in ProtectMarriage.com v. Bowen.
The US Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act, President Barack Obama’s signature 2010 health-care reform, has succeede