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Tackling poverty in place

Research shows that conditions in severely distressed neighborhoods undermine both the quality of daily life and the long-term life chances of parents and children. In fact, living in a high-poverty neighborhood undermines some outcomes across generations.

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How better data can reduce domestic violence

We lack data on diverse, marginalized populations who often face barriers to getting help.

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Three trends that signal hard times for renters in 2015

Will there be enough adequate, affordable rental housing to meet the growing demand?

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