The Progressive Policy Institute


Press Releases

WASHINGTON – The Progressive Policy Institute today announced the launch of a new Center on Funding America’s Future that will promote a fiscally responsible public investment agenda. This launch comes at a pivotal moment in the federal budget debate. In under two months, Donald Trump and the Republican-controlled Congress have enacted policies that grow federal […]

Media Advisories

WASHINGTON— The Progressive Policy Institute (PPI) today released the following statements prior to President Trump’s State of the Union address, which is expected to focus on a $1.5 trillion infrastructure plan: “The GOP’s insistence on passing tax cuts first will make it harder to tackle the infrastructure challenge,” said PPI President Will Marshall. “For example, […]


New York has long been a battleground over civil justice issues with progressives on both sides of the issues. A recent report by the non-partisan, non-profit think tank, the Empire Center for Public Policy, shows how many of New York’s laws, though, have been bent over the years to overly favor personal injury lawyers and […]


Our past event featured newly issued white papers from respected industry experts related to the ongoing GSE credit score evaluation. Topics include: Research from a leading analytics firm on the value that updated credit scoring models will add to the mortgage market; Economic and competitive issues in the credit scoring market as detailed by an […]

PPI In the News

In a New York Times op-ed, Jonathan Taplin argues that Google, Facebook, and Amazon have become monopolies. With such large market shares in search advertising, social media, and e-commerce respectively, Taplin says it’s time to break up these companies — or regulate them as public utilities. Is this a fair assessment? Is Big Tech really […]

Op-eds and Articles

By Rob Sweeney, PPI Center for Civil Justice Contributor  As a small business owner, I often hear about abusive litigation threats but never thought they would affect me – until now. I own a small technology business based in Kansas City called TextCaster that provides text-messaging services for educational, civic, nonprofit and corporate organizations. Over […]

PPI In the News

Good news: The robots may not destroy us after all. A few weeks ago, I wrote a column that outlined the worries of big thinkers such as Stephen Hawking and Andrew Yang who are predicting a wave of job destruction caused by automation, robots and artificial intelligence. Michael Mandel begs to differ. Mandel is chief […]