A review of the most important ways states empowered workers during the economic crisis caused by the COVID-19 pandemic.
Michigan state legislators answer questions about how the state is responding to an increase in unemployment claims during the pandemic.
A review of the most important ways states responded to COVID-19 racial and disparities during 2020.
A review of the most important state responses to the COVID-19 housing crisis during the 2020 legislative session.
Many Americans are unfamiliar with medication abortion—a safe and effective method of abortion care.
State attorneys general (AGs) have dramatically increased their involvement in protecting workers’ rights over the past two years.
State legislatures are on the frontlines of the coronavirus pandemic, trying to do their best to protect and provide vital social services to their constituents.
This brief covers results from a 10-state poll assessing voter concerns and preferences on a variety of revenue and economic policies.
State legislators are uniquely positioned to find solutions that mitigate the harm for at-risk medical populations, hourly workers, and everyone who is one health emergency away from financial ruin.
This webinar covers lessons learned from the 2020 primary elections in the midst of a pandemic and what this means for ensuring the November election is safe and accessible.