Spurred by the many corruptions of this administration, the near-term reforms will create enough momentum for a new reform era.
Venting frustration and the need for Congress to reform itself.
As the US Senate appears close to a compromise on DACA and border security, we are once again reminded that the major challenges of our day are not black boxes that deny any solution. They are clear roadmaps to the changes that need to be made. The lack of action, the lack of deals, stems… Continue reading Congress Should Pass the Laws We Know are Needed
There are enough Republican senators from states where marijuana has been legalized: Alaska (2), Colorado (1), and Nevada (1) to tip the balance in the Senate on a bill to legalize Marijuana federally (or, if possible, at least some compromise that prevents federal law from being enforced in states that legalized). The House? 26 Republican… Continue reading The Prospects for Federal Legalization of Marijuana
The Republicans have two basic options. They can go for expediency, raising the deficit in the short-term for tax cuts, avoid stepping on any toes, or they can go for real reform that involves dealing with blowback from special interests and being fiscally responsible. It’s a hard choice. The early signal is they will go… Continue reading Paths to Tax Reform