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UnitedHealth is betting that investments to support housing stability will lead to a reduction in high-cost medical services.
Kenya’s National Treasury has a track record of significantly overestimating revenues in the national budget.
Urban researchers recently evaluated the cost to cities of residents’ unpaid public utility bills, unpaid property taxes, and evictions.
The Census Bureau found that the addition of a citizenship question to the census would have virtually no impact on self-response.
Much of the conversation around potential undercounts in the 2020 Census has focused on urban areas.
Students' receipt of free- and reduced-price lunch is a weak indicator of student poverty.
Schools using the Community Eligibility Provision to provide free lunch to all students could be affected by a recent proposal.
The RAD program allows housing authorities to “convert” their units into project-based Section 8 assistance.
Cemeteries across the US are starting to rethink their offerings to visitors and local residents.
A fragmented health care environment is often the root of medication mismanagement, especially for low-income people.

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