Research: Reclaiming Government for America’s Future

by Sarah White on July 17, 2016 in Feature

Indivisible_Logo_RGBCheck out our latest research project: Reclaiming Government for America’s Future.

Resources for Talking about the Recurring Shutdown Showdowns

by Elaine Mejia on December 17, 2015 in December 2015 eNewsletter

It seems like only a few moments ago, as Speaker Boehner exited his role in the U.S. House of Representatives, that there was talk of a two-year budget deal. Two years with no showdowns that could lead to a shutdown … Continue reading

Halloween without Government Infographic

by Public Works on October 28, 2015 in Feature

Have you ever imagined a Halloween without government?  Join us as we do just that.  It’s not just scary, it’s DANGEROUS!  Check out our latest infographic: You can also download the jpg version here or the printer-friendly PDF version here. … Continue reading

Public Sector Job Cuts and the Black Middle Class

by Public Works on June 16, 2015 in Economy

Budget cuts at the federal, state and local levels have resulted in fewer public sector jobs, undermining the nation’s economic recovery and fueling continuing unemployment. This trend is especially hurting African-American families. According to this article in the New York … Continue reading

Americans’ Satisfaction with Government Is Up

by Public Works on June 16, 2015 in Government

The good news is that Americans are more satisfied with how the federal government is handling issues related to jobs and money than they were in 2013. The bad news is that those satisfaction rates were way low two years … Continue reading

Americans Happy about Healthcare

by Public Works on June 16, 2015 in Government

Americans satisfaction with the federal government’s work in healthcare is up. Forty-three percent say they’re satisfied, up 14 percentage points from 2013, according to a Gallup poll. And the increases cross party lines, with Democrats, Republicans and Independents all reporting … Continue reading

Halloween without government isn’t just scary, it’s dangerous

by Elaine Mejia on October 31, 2014 in Feature

When Colorado voters passed Proposition 64 allowing marijuana for personal use, a process to regulate the product’s distribution and manufacture began. The Halloween season has sparked a fresh round of debate about how to regulate marijuana-infused candy, which might be … Continue reading