While we have made a strong recovery from the Great Recession, we have more to do to create good-paying jobs for all working families.
The environment — our air, our water, our land — is a sacred trust that we must protect and preserve for ourselves and future generations.
As the world’s most powerful country, the United States has a responsibility to aggressively pursue initiatives that alleviate poverty, promote democracy and human rights, improve lives, and stabilize communities in the developing world.
All Americans should have comprehensive, affordable, quality health care as a fundamental right.
While significant progress has been made, the federal government still has work to do to fully meet its obligations to Native people.
We must provide our veterans and their families with the health, education, and employment resources that they have so bravely earned.