A Sharper CTC Means-Test Would Make the Program Way Less Popular
A lesson in the hazards of pollsters trying to do policy.
18% of Eligible Children Are Not Receiving Monthly CTC Payments
The number of children receiving the benefit declined last month.
House Paid Leave Bill Does Not Preserve Existing Plans
Paid leave advocates are lying about the Neal Plan.
When McDonalds Came to Denmark
The story of why McDonalds pays Danish workers $22/hr.
August Job Growth Was Twice as Fast in States That Retained UI
More evidence mounts against the unemployment benefit cuts.
Comparing US and Nordic Labor Taxes
What is your tax rate? It's a more difficult question than it may seem.
NYT Prints Highly Misleading Piece Against New Child Tax Credit
The poll cited shows majority support for making the CTC permanent.
The Department of Labor Should Overhaul the Occupational Employment and Wage Statistics Program
The current survey was designed for a single use: determining wages for guest worker visa programs. Yet occupational earnings data have a deeper origin and purpose in full-employment planning.
Setting the Record Straight on the UI Cuts
The summer data shows a zero-sum competition for jobs.
The House Paid Leave Proposal Is Awful
If you like the US healthcare system, you'll love Richard Neal's new paid leave plan.