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Baby boomers will start reaching their mid-eighties around 2030, when proposed cuts to Medicaid would take effect.
Austin's Foundation Communities launched free, on-site health programming with the help of a variety of partner health organizations.
Gainful employment data suggest that Congress should rethink its approach to holding all colleges accountable for their graduates' debt-to-earnings ratio.
Red Nose Day raised $38 million in the United States this year. These funds should support evidence-tested programs that improve children's lives.
Women make up more than half of the tourism workforce, which makes the industry’s growth a unique opportunity to empower women across the world.
The demographics and economy of New England may lead more people there to receive Disability Insurance (DI) benefits for mental disorders.
For decades, Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac have issued separate mortgage-backed securities. But the price difference between the two has cost taxpayers billions.
Consumer-facing websites like the Department of Education’s College Scorecard may not have the impact policymakers expect.
More than 12 million Americans receive Social Security Disability Insurance benefits, but the program’s trust fund is projected to be exhausted in 2023.
A Q&A with Linda Blumberg, who's extensively studied the impacts of the Affordable Care Act following its initial implementation in 2014.

The Future of Federal Antipoverty Programs

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The Future of Federal Antipoverty Programs

How will transformative policy changes affect millions of American families?

Structural Racism in America

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Structural Racism in America

Public policies, institutional practices, and cultural narratives perpetuate our country's racial inequalities. 

How Can We Reduce Poverty and Increase Opportunity?

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How Can We Reduce Poverty and Increase Opportunity?

More than 48 million Americans, including one in six children, live in poverty. How can we do better?

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