Problem-Solver’s Daily: Strugging middle class

STRUGGLING MIDDLE CLASS: While America's economy is growing, many Americans are not benefiting. “Median income in Canada pulled into a tie with median United States income in 2010 and has most likely surpassed it since then. Median incomes in Western European countries still trail those in the United States, but the gap in several — including Britain, the Netherlands and Sweden — is much smaller than it was a decade ago,” write David Leonhardt and Kevin Quealy: David Leonhardt and Kevin Quealy for The New York Times: The American Middle Class Is No Longer the World’s Richest
IMMIGRATION REFORM: The chances of Congress passing an immigration reform deal any time soon are slim. Lawmakers should put our country first and agree to a new governing process based on shared goals: Charlie Cook for National Journal: Party Paranoia Could Destroy Hopes of Immigration Reform
STANDING WITH UKRAINE: Vice President Joe Biden is in Ukraine, where he said Tuesday the United States is willing to help the economy as the country prepares for one of its most important elections ever: Mario Trujillo for The Hill: Biden in Ukraine: ‘We want to stand with you'
NO LABELS RADIO: Learn about our recent trip to New Hampshire to spread the word about why our country needs a national strategic agenda on last weekend's No Labels Radio show.
THE DAILY BREAK: Today is Earth Day! Read about how it became a global environmental event.
ACTION OF THE DAY: Read our book, No Labels: A Shared Vision for a Stronger America, and share it with your friends!
STAT OF THE DAY: More than one in five adults between the ages of 18 and 29 who were polled said the cost of college is the biggest reason for financial stress in their families: Lydia Saad for Gallup: Young Adults Cite College Costs as Their Top Money Problem


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