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Link to:Shaefer promotes job stability as a key solution to poverty in SSIR op-ed
Jan 25, 2016
In "Precarious Work and the Employment-based Safety Net," an op-ed for the Stanford Social Innovation Review (SSIR) ,[...]
Link to:Seefeldt questions Massachusetts' welfare and work program in The Atlantic
Dec 15, 2015
A recent Atlantic article, "When the Government Tells Poor People How to Live," profiles A Better Life, an intensive[...]
Link to:Seefeldt shares new research on poor single motherhood in The Atlantic
Dec 03, 2015
According to “ How Poor Single Moms Survive ,” an article by Alana Semuels for The Atlantic , the number of single-[...]
Link to: Joe Schwarz presses Michigan to fund emerging primary care doctors
Sep 22, 2015
Michigan needs more medical students interested in primary care fields like internal medicine and pediatrics, according[...]
Link to:NY Times reviews Shaefer/Edin's .00 a Day: Living on Almost Nothing in America
Sep 02, 2015
“This essential book is a call to action,” writes William Julius Wilson of Luke Shaefer and Kathryn Edin’s just[...]

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In his new book, The Once and Future Worker , Manhattan Institute scholar Oren Cass challenges our basic assumptions about what prosperity means and where it comes from.
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Through money bail systems, fees and fines, strictly enforced laws and regulations against behavior including trespassing and public urination that largely affect the homeless, and the substitution of prisons and jails for the mental hospitals that have traditionally served the impoverished, in one of the richest countries on Earth we have effectively made it a crime to be poor.
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