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Federal and state policymakers can work to ensure worries based on immigration status do not deter immigrant families from seeking help for which they qualify.
Assistance could be a lifeline for many tenants and landlords, providing vital funding for much-needed preservation of their homes and properties.  
Over the past decade, there have been renewed investments in and research on two-generation programs that help parents and their children move out of poverty together.
Municipal broadband is one example of how the federal government can promote local policy innovation, even in states that tend to preempt a broader range of local laws.
Our State-by-State Spending on Kids Dataset offers the most comprehensive account of public spending on children available, and it gives state and federal administrators the data they need to make informed decisions amid pandemic relief.
How states and localities can get funds out to residents facing evictions when the moratorium is lifted.
The pros and cons of using a community-engaged approach to co-design a cost study with local partners.
Three strategies to expand food sovereignty in order to advance food security, racial equity, and climate resilience.
Insights into how a community-based approach can strengthen research and create equitable evaluation processes.

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