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Despite the importance of home-based child care providers, many do not participate in or benefit from public child care investments.
Abolishing the death penalty alone is not enough to address racial and socioeconomic injustices in the criminal legal system.
Between 2020 and 2040, homeownership trends will vary widely between states.
New Markets Tax Credit can contribute to significant economic growth, but program improvements could ensure they help incumbent residents of low-income neighborhoods.
Ensuring veteran apprentices are fairly compensated, housed, and well equipped for this new labor market would not only benefit apprentices, but also employers and America as a whole.
Traffic stops are now one of the most common acts of policing, and they disproportionately impact Black people and other people of color.
The FHA’s mission is to provide mortgages to creditworthy borrowers who are underserved, but evidence suggests that FHA support for small-dollar mortgages needs improving
Initial estimates from the administration suggest its proposal for paid leave will cost about $225 billion over 10 years. This is much lower than previous estimates of the FAMILY Act.
Differences in housing conditions between the US, UK, and France illustrate that improving access to fair, affordable housing requires state and national governments to intervene.
Our projections for Texas, Georgia, California, and Minnesota—states with very different racial and ethnic compositions—show the wide range of homeownership trajectories we expect to see over the next two decades.

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