Map & Data Resources

Map & Data Resources | Meade Klingensmith, Mike Alberti | Law, Politics
March 28, 2013 — Remapping Debate presents three new tools by which to explore the scope of federal judicial court vacancies and to assess who is responsible for the increasing delay between the...view
Map & Data Resources | Samantha Cook | Role of government
March 27, 2013 — Government support for the arts has dropped far more precipitously than is generally realized. If one only examines raw funding numbers, one gets a misleading impression. Even when...view
Map & Data Resources | Meade Klingensmith | Civil rights, Education
March 13, 2013 — All colleges and universities have a graduation ceremony that is intended for all students. But some schools have optional additional ceremonies for students who are Asian, Black,...view
Map & Data Resources | Samantha Cook | Open government
March 6, 2013 — As we did two years ago, Remapping Debate has teamed up with the Center for Responsive Politics to examine revolving door and “reverse revolving door” issues. In our last edition, we...view
Map & Data Resources | Samantha Cook | Open government
Feb. 27, 2013 — As we did two years ago, Remapping Debate has teamed up with the Center for Responsive Politics to examine revolving door and “reverse revolving door” issues.  In our last edition, we...view
Map & Data Resources | Samantha Cook | Open government
Feb. 13, 2013 — As we did two years ago, Remapping Debate has teamed up with the Center for Responsive Politics to examine revolving door and “reverse revolving door” issues. This first installment...view
Map & Data Resources | Mike Alberti | Reproductive health services
Jan. 30, 2013 — Though the Supreme Court’s landmark decision in Roe v. Wade affirming a woman’s right to choose to have an abortion remains the law of the land, states enacted more restrictions on...view
Map & Data Resources | Mike Alberti | Role of government
Jan. 23, 2013 — Looking at the size of the federal workforce without taking population size into account is very misleading. Yes, 110 workers are more than 100, but if those 110 workers are serving 5...view
Map & Data Resources | Mike Alberti | Corporate influence, Health care, Insurance
Oct. 24, 2012 — As explained in the accompanying article, the main reason motivating an employer to move to a defined contribution system is to reduce its own cost curve for employee benefits below...view
Map & Data Resources | Meade Klingensmith | Banking, Economy
Sept. 26, 2012 — So how much pump-priming could America’s largest corporations achieve if they were to dig into their cash and cash equivalents as well as their short-term investments? Remapping...view

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