If drivers won’t pay 21st century prices for 21st century roads, our once world-class infrastructure will go the way of dial-up Internet.
Scott Klinger is the director of Revenue and Spending Policies at the Center for Effective Government (CEG). For the past 30 years, he has worked in the corporate social responsibility movement, fighting economic inequality, concentrated political power, excessive CEO pay, and corporate tax dodging.
Klinger is also a former Institute for Policy Studies associate fellow.
What Congress accomplished in 1965 puts today’s lawmakers to shame.
CEO pay is sky-high at America's low-wage employers.
Politicians are slashing taxes for folks who dine on caviar while making it harder for the needy to put food on the table.
Many corporations are paying their CEOs more than they pay the Treasury.
If Washington closes offshore tax loopholes, we can fix many of our infrastructure problems and create new jobs.