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Philadelphia wants low-income residents to take tax credit

by Marketplace Contributor Mar 30, 2016
The city estimates 20 percent of those eligible didn’t claim the EITC last year
Street team for EITC outreach hands out flyers in Southwest Philadelphia. 
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Property value in low-income housing debate

by Noel King Dec 21, 2015
The fight is often over property values.
The fight over building low-income housing often is a debate over property values. Yonkers, New York, is one such battleground.
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Mobility as an economic measure

by Noel King Dec 10, 2015
The latest research from Pew shows the middle class is no longer the majority.
According to the Pew Charitable Trust, it's not so easy to climb income brackets in the United States.
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Strip mall to offer low-income investment opportunity

by John Sepulvado Oct 14, 2015
A nonprofit in Portland, Oregon, hopes property will help small investors.
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Getting by in America on $2 a day

by Kai Ryssdal and Daisy Palacios Oct 1, 2015
What the country's extreme poor want: Dignity. Respect. Jobs.
The number of people in the U.S. who are extremely poor is increasing.
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Vassar president on the high cost of income inequality

by Amy Scott Sep 8, 2015
Catharine Bond Hill says top colleges should enroll more low-income students.

Helping low-income college students feel at home

by Amy Scott Sep 1, 2015
After criticism, Vassar College tries to become a more inclusive campus.

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ConnectHome: Affordable subscriptions to the internet

by Molly Wood Jul 15, 2015
Molly Wood talks to HUD Secretary Julián Castro.

To measure poverty, states look beyond free lunch

by Amy Scott Jun 23, 2015
As more schools opt to feed all students, officials find other ways to rate need.

Proposed House bill slashes education funding

by Tim Fitzsimons Jun 23, 2015
But there's little to no chance Obama will sign it into law.