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Today, 5.3 million US children live with an undocumented immigrant parent. The fates of undocumented immigrants are closely tied to those of their family members.
In Richmond, insights from those who have experienced gun violence firsthand help end the cycle of violence.
The Housing Finance Policy Center’s new measure of credit availability calculates exactly how much default risk the market is taking at any point.
The CCDF Policies Database Book of Tables: Key Cross-State Variations in CCDF Policies as of October 1, 2013Sarah Minton, Christin Durham, Linda Giannarelli November 20, 2014
Literature Review in Brief: Healthcare Occupational Training and Support Programs under the Affordable Care ActRandall R. Bovbjerg, Shayne Spaulding November 20, 2014
Measuring Mortgage Credit Availability Using Ex-Ante Probability of DefaultWei Li, Laurie Goodman November 18, 2014
Do Homeownership and Rent Subsidies Protect Individuals from Material Hardship?Robert I. Lerman, Sisi Zhang November 18, 2014
Housing Finance At A Glance: A Monthly Chartbook Laurie Goodman, Ellen Seidman, Jim Parrott, Sheryl Pardo, Jun Zhu, Wei Li, Bing Bai, Taz George, Alison Rincon, Maia Woluchem November 18, 2014
Affordable Housing Needs Assessment: Phase 1Peter A. Tatian, Elizabeth Oo November 17, 2014
Analyzing Different Enrollment Outcomes in Select States that Used the Federally Facilitated Marketplace in 2014Jane B. Wishner, Anna C. Spencer, Erik Wengle November 13, 2014
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