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Houses on a hill
Two case studies shed light on the interplay between property taxes, housing supply, and residential mobility.
Rural main street
And three ways researchers and journalists can strengthen rural research and reporting.
Child on a swing
Three in 10 young Black children and nearly a quarter of young Hispanic children are projected to experience poverty from August to December.
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In communities with insufficient behavioral health supports, jails and prisons are some of the only places in which people with behavioral health disorders can receive treatment.
A family sits outside their RV
Low-income families are struggling to afford rent, utilities, and other basic needs.
A mother holds her son
The NYC Kids RISE Save for College Program can be a model for other communities striving to promote economic opportunity and mobility.
Skyline with apartment buildings
Four policy recommendations could ensure that redeveloped units remain affordable and available.
Woman sits in her house
The loss of treatment could cost many their lives and prompt a surge in related costs, which would put a huge burden on families, state governments, and providers.
Tiny home
The standard zoning reform process hasn't traditionally created equitable outcomes. How can planners and policymakers change this?

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