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The ADA at 31: Access to Housing and Health Care Must Meet the Rise of Disability in the U.S.
By Valerie Novack and Kelly Moh
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These Interconnected Policies Would Sustain Families, Support Women, and Grow the Economy
By Arohi Pathak, Diana Boesch, and Laura Dallas McSorley
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Rural Broadband Investments Promote an Inclusive Economy
By Zoe Willingham and Areeba Haider
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The Top 12 Solutions To Cut Poverty in the United States
By Arohi Pathak and Kyle Ross
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A Criminal Record Shouldn’t Be a Life Sentence to Poverty
By Rebecca Vallas, Sharon Dietrich, and Beth Avery
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Recognizing and Addressing Housing Insecurity for Disabled Renters
By Jaboa Lake, Valerie Novack, and Mia Ives-Rublee
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Now Is the Time To Permanently Expand the Child Tax Credit and Earned Income Tax Credit
By Areeba Haider and Galen Hendricks
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Disability-Forward Policy Recommendations To Advance Accessible and Affordable Housing for All
By Valerie Novack, Adam Ballard, Allie Cannington, and Cathleen O'Brien
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Preventing and Removing Barriers to Housing Security for People With Criminal Convictions
By Jaboa Lake
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The American Rescue Plan Act Will Significantly Address LGBTQ Poverty
By Sharita Gruberg
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Ending the Tipped Minimum Wage Will Reduce Poverty and Inequality
By Justin Schweitzer
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Building an Economy That Supports All Children Requires Raising the Minimum Wage
By Areeba Haider
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Voters Strongly Back Federal Assistance for Those in Need
By John Halpin, Karl Agne, and Nisha Jain
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An Expanded Child Tax Credit Would Lift Millions of Children Out of Poverty
By Galen Hendricks and Lorena Roque
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Lessening the Pandemic’s Burden on LGBTQ Workers and Families
By Caroline Medina and Lindsay Mahowald
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