The Child Trends Child Poverty Series Is a Statistical Blip Caused by Census Changes
The Census had a series break in 2018. That's all it is.
Was There a Sharp Drop in Child Poverty?
Under common measures, not really.
How States Can Extend the Child Tax Credit to the Poor
States can easily and cheaply fill in the gaps of the federal Child Tax Credit.
The New Income-Driven Repayment System Could Cause Some Big Problems
As IDR becomes the norm, college and student incentives radically change.
A Note on the Wharton Student Debt Forgiveness Model
The SCF data source is a problem for what Wharton is trying to do.
Biden’s Student Debt Decision
What should Biden do on August 31?
Jobs Report: Part-Time Jobs Up By 384,000, Full-Time Jobs Down By 71,000
The number of people flowing into unemployment dipped to 1.65 million.
Starbucks Union Drive Slowed Down in July
Election victories fell to 23 from 80 as the rate of election filings flattened out.
Only One Welfare Tweak Made It Through the Democratic Trifecta
All that is left of Biden's welfare platform is an increase in premium subsidies for the 3.6 percent of Americans who get insurance from the ACA exchanges.
Jobs Report: 1.7 Million Workers Fell Into Unemployment
The overall employment rate ticked down to 47.5 percent.