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Congress Must Resist Attacks on State Retirement Savings Plans

Reid Cramer wrote for the Hill on Congress's latest attempt to kill Secure Choice.


How to Make Social Policy Help Those Who Need it Most

Reid Cramer wrote for the Hill about Family-Centered Social Policy's new approach to designing social policy.


The Assault on Food Stamps is Misguided

Justin King and Aleta Sprague wrote for the Washington Monthly about the recent assault on SNAP programs.


Donald Trump Won on White Male Resentment—But Don’t Confuse That with the Working Class

Monica Potts wrote for the Nation about the significance of poor, white voters in the 2016 election.


Clinton’s New Anti-Poverty Proposal Is Great, but There’s a Catch

Monica Potts wrote for the Nation about Hillary Clinton's proposed expansion of the child tax credit.


California Shows How to Fill the Retirement Security Void

Reid Cramer wrote for the Hill about California's new state-run retirement plan.


Donald Trump’s Boorish Behavior Is Bad for All Women, Even If Some Don’t Mind It

Monica Potts writes for the Washington Post about the impact of Donald Trump's treatment of women.


Should Cities Pay Criminals to Not Commit Crimes?

Monica Potts wrote for TIME about mentoring and paying at risk youth for not committing crimes.


Emergency Savings Incentive Needed to Grow a Strong Middle Class

Reid Cramer wrote for the Hill about the disconnect between American's vision of "middle class" and their realities.


Checking Your Balance in a SNAP

Food stamp recipients can use text messages to find out how much they have left—while in line at the grocery store.


A Poor Way of Measuring Poverty

Patricia Hart and Rachel Black's article "A Poor Way of Measuring Poverty" was published in Pacific Standard Magazine.


Wealth and Generations

By focusing on the growing riches of the “1 percent,” we miss another form of inequality that is bigger, and arguably even more dangerous.