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A new tool shows how each state’s budget and economic conditions are changing during this crisis—and what might be needed for recovery.
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BioNTech offers a notable blueprint for other companies by taking a forward-looking approach to investing in the skills of its technical staff.
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The 2020 election affirmed that every vote counts and every voice matters. Enacting and effectively implementing voting rights restoration policies is a critical way to protect the rights, voice, and dignity of people involved in the justice system.
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A small share of borrowers, particularly younger borrowers, appear to have lowered their expected monthly payments.
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There's no single way to heal the trauma caused by centuries of a systemically racist society. But declaring racism a public health issue is an important step.
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Landlords are facing increased vacancies, decreased rent collections, and more pressure to sell their properties.
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Public policy decisions will determine whether disparities in food insufficiency widen over the duration of this pandemic.
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Understanding barriers to homeownership in Newark can help us better understand how to reduce the racial homeownership gap in other cities.
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Two case studies shed light on the interplay between property taxes, housing supply, and residential mobility.

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