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A study on Seattle's minimum wage used high-quality data that also limit what kinds of analysis are possible.
Nonprofits employ around 10 percent of the labor force, but this sphere of job creation does not get much respect from the administration.
Research on community perceptions of police often fails to survey those who are most exposed to policing practices.
Borrowers who become disabled can have their loans discharged, but they must pay income taxes associated with the amount forgiven.
A lower growth rate for Medicaid per capita caps would drastically reduce federal Medicaid spending.
Community banks don’t have the resources of larger, national banks, so navigating the myriad of available mortgage lending programs can be a daunting task.
A close look at the data makes it clear that homeownership doesn’t protect low-income homeowners from the same cost burdens as low-income renters.
The White House is emphasizing jobs this week, but the president's budget proposal contains major cuts to employment and job training programs.
A new survey shows widespread support for key provisions of the ACA, even among those who could see their premiums decline under repeal legislation.
Recently released data collected from the 500 largest US cities reveal where health problems are most persistent.

The Future of Federal Antipoverty Programs

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The Future of Federal Antipoverty Programs

How will transformative policy changes affect millions of American families?

Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders, Beyond the Numbers

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Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders, Beyond the Numbers

Many Asian Americans are often overlooked in research on ethnic disparities.

How Can We Reduce Poverty and Increase Opportunity?

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How Can We Reduce Poverty and Increase Opportunity?

More than 48 million Americans, including one in six children, live in poverty. How can we do better?

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