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Co-published with QuartzCould a $12 minimum wage be a magic number for food security?

Co-published with The Guardian. Why have some US states opted out of nearly $4bn in emergency funds that would have helped their poorest residents?

Co-published with Jacobin. Long faced with paltry wages and inhumane working conditions, Los Angeles’s garment workers are taking significant risks to organize for better pay and workplace …

Co-published with The GuardianFlorida passed a law to incrementally achieve $15 an hour by 2026, exciting workers but driving fear into small business who worry they’ll pay …

Co-published with PRX’s To the Best of Our Knowledge. In the first of three episodes of "Going For Broke," we're thinking about housing. Many of us would …

Co-published with PRX’s To the Best of Our Knowledge. Going for Broke returns and this time, we're talking about the care economy.

Co-published with The Guardian. Life Surge, where speakers include Tim Tebow and a Duck Dynasty star, ties together faith and financial planning.

Co-published with Grist. As more intense hurricanes strike the island, there is nowhere for the waste to go. Composting could be the solution.

Co-published with The GuardianWhen I put the house on the market, I uncovered a story of a Black woman losing her home to municipal greed.

Co-published with Fast CompanyTanya Perry vowed to give her daughter, Nikki, more opportunity than she had. But even as Nikki accomplished her goals, racism and economic mobility …

Co-published with JacobinThe true goal of public policy shouldn’t be nudging people over the poverty line but enabling people to lead good lives, writes Elliot Haspel.

Co-published with TIMEA remembrance of writer and moral force Barbara Ehrenreich.

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