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Booker, Moran Introduce Bill Empowering Taxpayers to Defer Refund for Rainy Day Savings

A bipartisan proposal to enable Americans to more easily build emergency savings.


Are Airbnb and Uber Saviors of the Middle Class?

Steven Hill, a senior fellow at New America, was quoted in Government Technology.


'Sharing economy' Firms Urge Safety Net for Workers

New America was featured in an article for the Agence-France Presse.


Share the Wealth

Reid Cramer, director of the Asset Building program at New America, was quoted in an article for AARP.


In Maine, Three Generations Work The System To Save For College

Asset Building Fellow William Elliott III was featured on an NPR podcast about Maine's automatic college savings program.


Breakfast Sandwiches and Inequality

Justin King sat down with Rebecca Vallas of Talk Poverty to discuss Maine’s decision set asset limits for SNAP benefits eligibility.


How Maine is Going to Punish the Poor for Trying to Save Money

Rachel Black, senior policy analyst at New America, was quoted in The Washington Post.


Maine Plans to Deny Food Stamps When Applicant’s Assets Top $5,000

Rachel Black, senior policy analyst at New America, was quoted in the Portland Press Herald.


States and Cities Are 'Labs' for Inclusive Governance

Hollie Gilman, a fellow at New America, was featured in an article for Government Executive.


The American Dream Lives

Reid Cramer, director of the Asset Building program at New America, was featured in an article for The Washington Times.


Why Marco Rubio Should Embrace His Money Issues and ‘Feel Your Pain’

Justin King, policy director for New America's Asset Building Program, was quoted in the Washington Post.


States Rethink Asset Tests for People on Food Stamps

New America was featured in an article for GOVERNING Magazine.