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Despite progress toward collecting data on the LGBTQI population, there is still a long way to go.
More than two-thirds of high school students already attend a school with a police officer present.
The policy of family separation was in direct contrast with other policies that acknowledge the importance of preserving families.
Representation in data is important for improving equity in access to social services for Asian Americans.
Due to steep declines in youth incarceration, hundreds of youth facilities have closed since 2000.
A suit filed against the Trump Foundation has highlighted the role states play in regulating charities.
Massachusetts, Texas, and Washington have diverse funding structures for job training programs.
What has led to major problems with public housing in New York City and other cities?
A proposal in the Farm Bill reauthorization could help families that rely on SNAP to pay for food.
For the first time in four decades, Social Security will pay more benefits this year than it collects in tax and interest revenue.

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