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5 Things We Learned from Erie County’s Stingray Surveillance Ruling

Blog Post by: Sam Adler-Bell , on April 1, 2015

Questionable police use of "Stingray" surveillance is expanding. Policy associate Sam Adler-Bell reviews the five things to be learned from the newest case with New York's Erie County Sheriff’s Office.

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Foreign Policy

The U.S. Climate Change Plan—Ambitious but Politically Fragile

Blog Post by: Neil Bhatiya , on March 31, 2015

TCF policy associate Neil Bhatiya looks at the fragile nature of climate politics leading up to the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change in Paris. 

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Two Years of Children’s Health Insurance Is Not Enough

Blog Post by: Clio Chang , on March 30, 2015

The Children’s Health Insurance Program (CHIP) was extended for two more years, but the broadly supported program deserves much more.

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Workers & Economic Inequality

Five Takeaways from New Census Bureau Data

Blog Post by: Jacob Anbinder , on March 27, 2015

Where is America growing? TCF policy associate Jacob Anbinder takes a look at what the recent census figures are telling us.

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Workers & Economic Inequality

When Your Occupation Is Poverty

Blog Post by: Mike Cassidy , on March 27, 2015

The Bureau of Labor Statistics released its annual data yesterday, and as TCF policy associate Mike Cassidy shows, a lot of Americans are among the “working poor.”

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Rediscovering Government

How King v. Burwell Could Harm Us All

Blog Post by: Clio Chang , on March 25, 2015

TCF policy associate Clio Chang reminds us of just how many parties will be affected by the Supreme Court's ruling of the King v. Burwell case.

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Social Insurance

The ACA’s Fifth Anniversary: 16.4 Million Americans Covered So Far

Blog Post by: Clio Chang, Mark Zuckerman , on March 23, 2015

As supporters of the Affordable Care Act (ACA) celebrate its fifth anniversary, TCF president Mark Zuckerman and policy associate Clio Chang review the various arguments made by opponents of the ACA and see how they are holding up.

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Foreign Policy

Northern Ireland’s Troubles May Be Over—But the Tension Endures

Blog Post by: Patrick Radden Keefe , on March 17, 2015

TCF senior fellow Patrick Radden Keefe takes a look at unsettled issues in Northern Ireland and what they mean for the peace process. 

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Foreign Policy

Are You Being Followed by a Stingray?

Blog Post by: Sam Adler-Bell , on March 13, 2015

TCF fellow Barton Gellman and policy associate Sam Adler-Bell sat down to discuss a controversial surveillance device known as the “Stingray.”

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Foreign Policy

Economic Reforms in Egypt Are Not Enough

Blog Post by: Neil Bhatiya , on March 12, 2015

Egyptian president Abdel-Fattah El-Sisi is personally hosting an economic development conference; TCF policy analyst Neil Bhatiya explains why it may be a pointless endeavor, absent political reform.

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Education

Student Aid Bill of Rights Is a Win for Economic Mobility

Blog Post by: Halley Potter , on March 12, 2015

TCF fellow Halley Potter explores how President Obama's new Student Aid Bill of Rights lays out a set of principles for making student borrowing fairer and more affordable.

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Social Insurance

ACA Subsidies Are for All States—I Should Know, I Was There

Blog Post by: Mark Zuckerman , on March 4, 2015

TCF president Mark Zuckerman explains why the plaintiffs in King v. Burwell are dead wrong about the Affordable Care Act.

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Education

Turning Conflict into Trust Improves Schools and Student Learning

Blog Post by: Greg Anrig , on March 3, 2015

Greg Anrig, vice president of policy and programs at TCF, shows how effective public schools are built on strong collaborative relationships, not conflict. 

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Rediscovering Government

Investing in Our Kids Using One Simple Tool: Cash

Blog Post by: Clio Chang, Jeff Madrick , on March 2, 2015

One in five children in the United States lives in poverty. So why is no one making the case for cash allowances? Learn more from TCF fellow Jeff Madrick and policy associate Clio Chang.

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Social Insurance

Why the Supreme Court Should Keep Health Insurance Affordable

Blog Post by: Mike Cassidy , on February 27, 2015

TCF policy associate Mike Cassidy looks at what the King v. Burwell Supreme Court case ignores: Americans love social insurance.

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