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Apprenticeships are a proven solution to hiring underrepresented groups in a wide range of occupations.
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Young adults are most likely to experience pandemic-related employment instability.
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The incoming administration could capitalize on the 20-year high of national apprenticeship expansion.
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New data show 17 percent of parents are waiting to enroll their children in kindergarten during the pandemic, nearly triple the amount who waited to enroll in 2010.
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New estimates find that expanding Medicaid now would reduce the number of uninsured people by 4.4 million.
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An extension would provide much-needed continuity and protections during the transition of the executive branch.
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Vulnerable homeowners need better policies to enhance their financial resilience to weather COVID-19 and future crises.
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What should happen with incarceration after we successfully keep the coronavirus at bay?
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Almost any tax policy that tips the scales back toward renters would increase equity.

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