The Obama administration’s new overtime rule jeopardizes the employee benefit of greater workplace flexibility.
CRN’s Solutions Center marks its first anniversary of producing conservative solutions to the challenges confronting the American people.
Reforming the EITC would raise the take-home pay of tens of millions of low-income, working Americans without destroying jobs.
Expanding the child tax credit would benefit tens of millions of families by empowering parents to make child care decisions that are best for them.
A tariff strategy to reduce unnecessary barriers will result in stronger U.S. manufacturing, more American jobs, and greater economic growth.
Policymakers should pursue a parental leave program that empowers individuals, not a one-size-fits-all, government-centric system.
Here are six ideas members of Congress should consider implementing for a more fulsome oversight effort.
These two changes to the tax code would benefit millions of married Americans and those in the workforce who have student loan debt.
Policymakers should ensure relevant federal programs promote what scholars describe as the “success sequence.”
Providing low-income households with a limited loan to relocate for job-related purposes increases individual opportunity…