Atlanta's public transportation could use an upgrade to make up for MARTA's scrawny layout, which excludes major parts of the metro area and leaves many residents isolated from the city's economic development.READ MORE
Exclusionary housing policies have gone on for far too long and it's time states take efforts to reform development restrictions and promote diverse and affordable housing.READ MORE
President Obama's latest order has made working overtime worthwhile again—and restored what it means to work a forty-hour work week.READ MORE
The Texas Dept. of Housing and Community Affairs v. The Inclusive Communities Project ruling is a victory for combating racial inequality, but fair housing has a long way to go before discrimination is truly eliminated.READ MORE
Care work is undervalued in America. Policy associate Clio Chang discusses why it's time to recognize care's true worth.READ MORE
The recent minimum wage increase in the city of Los Angeles is a win for the state, but will it be enforced so workers reap the benefits of the new law?READ MORE
In recent decades, and especially since 2000, the richest Americans have enjoyed soaring income and wealth while the rest of the population's living standards have stagnated. The Century Foundation was one of the first institutions to raise serious concerns about these trends and propose ideas for improving economic conditions for all Americans- not just the fortunate few.
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