Many Americans fall into the assistance gap: too rich for Medicaid, but too poor for discounted private insurance in the ACA marketplaces.
Permit to purchase laws require that firearm buyers obtain a license before purchasing certain types of firearms.
Brooks concludes that "harsh laws are not the main driver behind mass incarceration." The reality is a bit more complex.
Many of the youth who depend on survival sex often committed crimes because they were homeless and couldn’t meet their basic needs.
Because place is so closely tied to opportunity, housing policy can be an effective strategy for promoting upward mobility.
VICE’s recent documentary on mass incarceration shows how prison programming can help inmates succeed. But many don’t actually get to participate.
Spending on K-12 education, early education and care, nutrition and social services fell in 2014, while spending on children's health increased.
How anchor institutions and local governments can partner to help communities thrive.
Urban Institute researchers project that renter households will grow by 6.5 million from 2015 to 2025.