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Negative clinical experiences may lead women to avoid accessing health care or be skeptical of providers’ recommendations.
Borrowers' use of varying mortgage lending products should be considered when improving federal programs.
The Houston Food Bank shows how programs and partnerships can alleviate low-income families' budget stress.
Mitchell is the former CEO of Grantmakers In Health, the nation’s largest association of health funders.
O’Rourke is still the only 2020 candidate to propose boosting homeownership by injecting cash into Americans’ savings accounts.
New investments can revitalize historically excluded neighborhoods, but planners must prioritize racial equity.
At an estimated $1.5 trillion per year, tax expenditures are a significant drain on federal tax revenue.
AI-powered tools are transforming the lives of America’s workers, with profound implications for civil rights.
Partisan debates surrounding homelessness have overlooked evidence showing how to end it.
What would it take to close equity gaps in American education?

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