Court Packing Won't Happen, but Calling Out the Court as Partisan Can Work Just as Well
As Pete Buttigieg, Elizabeth Warren, and Kamala Harris mull packing the Supreme Court, they'd be wise to turn to the lessons of FDR's failure to do so.
Florida's Medicaid Work Requirements Will Eliminate the Program for the Very Poor
A federal judge struck down work requirements in Arkansas and Kentucky, but Republican state legislatures continue to pursue them around the country.
How to Circumvent the Electoral College and Enact a Popular Vote
Fourteen states have signed a law pledging their electoral votes to the national popular vote winner, regardless of whether that candidate wins the state.
Medicare for All Might Require Student Debt Relief to Work
High doctor pay keeps American health-care costs high. Without debt relief, it will be hard to get doctors on board for lower pay.
Democratic Candidates Need to Call to Abolish the Filibuster
Bernie Sanders, Cory Booker, and Kirsten Gillibrand have all defended the Senate's filibuster. But any progressive agenda relies on it being ended.
A Year After Parkland, the School-Security Industry Is Booming
School districts and parents around the country are investing in bulletproof backpacks and whiteboards, security consulting, and safe rooms. But will any of it work?