Who Are the Poor in 2021 and 2022?
The usual suspects are poor yet again.
The End Child Poverty Act Would Dramatically Reduce Poverty
New microsimulation from PolicyEngine shows the huge effect this proposal would have.
Holistic Admissions Criteria Favor the Rich
New research confirms that things like recommendation letters and extracurriculars favor the rich.
Why the Connecticut Baby Bond Program Is Bad
Why wait 18 years to start giving money to 18-year-olds?
Race-Conscious Admissions Are On Stronger Footing Than Ever
The new rules for race-conscious admissions are better than the old ones.
How to Turn Rep. DeLauro’s Baby Bonus into a Universal Parental Grant
A universal baby bonus run by the Social Security Administration would be ideal.
Biden Can Probably Forgive Student Debt Even If SCOTUS Rules Against Him
Under the Higher Education Act, Biden can create a very generous income-driven repayment program.
Pennsylvania Could Be the First State to Design Paid Leave Correctly
Adding a minimum benefit to their paid leave bill would include everyone.
Is the Ghent Unemployment System a Good Idea?
Are Consumption Taxes Regressive?
To divide by income or not to divide by income. That is the question.