Conservatives Won't Win Anything if They Hold Out for Total Victory in Education Fight
As the 114th Congress finds its legs, the struggle to define the Republican party’s direction — in light of its 2010 triumph, 2012 disappointment, and 2014 comeback, not to mention its all-important 2016 positioning — continues to be a lively one. There are a number ...
What EITC Recipients Know about the Program — and What That Suggests about Reform
As labor-force participation continues to languish, low-income workers continue to struggle to make ends meet, and the minimum-wage debate heats up, it’s worth taking every possible opportunity to advance the conversation around pro-work and anti-poverty policies.
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