- Released April 7, 2011
If corporations and households amassing $1 million or more in income each year paid taxes at the same rates as they did in 1961, the Treasury would collect an additional $716 billion a year — $7 trillion over a decade.
- Released April 7, 2010
The scene has become depressingly familiar. A governor — or a mayor or a county executive — steps to the podium and somberly intones the necessity of making "hard choices" and "living within our means." The elected leader then proceeds to announce prodigious budget cuts that will overcrowd classrooms, furlough public employees, and deny medications to poor families.
- Released November 23, 2009
These are exciting times to be a Native American. The century-old movement for Indian self-determination is now bearing fruit, as Native Americans have increased control over their assets and can apply Indigenous principles to shape their economies. Yet, as this report powerfully documents, glaring disparities persist and much work remains to further increase Indian control of their rich assets, thereby increasing their well-being and prosperity.