Category Archives: Reports

New Report: “Set Up to Fail – Rapid Re-Housing in the District of Columbia”

New Report: Max Tipping, Set Up to Fail – Rapid Re-Housing in the District of Columbia (Wash. Legal Clinic for the Homeless, 2017).  Washington Post news coverage of the report here.

New Report: “Lessons from the end of free college in England”

New Report: Richard Murphy et al., Lessons from the end of free college in England (Brookings Inst. 2017).

Baltimore Sun Series on Rent Court

Dismissed: Tenants lose, landlords win in Baltimore’s Rent Court – April 26

Baltimore officials want fixes, not fines, from landlords – April 26

Rent Court solutions slowly emerge – April 27

Leveling the playing field in Rent Court – April 30

Officials want to end Baltimore rent court disparities – May 1

See also the Public Justice Center’s 2015 report Justice Diverted: How Renters are Processed in Baltimore City Rent Court.

-Thanks to the Public Justice Center for the heads up!

New Report: “Miami and the State of Low- and Middle-Income Housing”

New Report: Diana Elliot et al., “Miami and the State of Low- and Middle-Income Housing” (Urban Institute 2017).

News Article: Federal Anti-Poverty Programs Primarily Help the GOP’s Base

News Article: Ronald Brownstein, Federal Anti-Poverty Programs Primarily Help the GOP’s Base, The Atlantic (Feb. 16, 2017).

 

Report: Food Stamp Work Requirements and the Implications of Devolution

Report: Jane Collins, Food Stamp Work Requirements and the Implications of Devolution, The Gender Policy Report.

News Article: Can Miami Convince The Supreme Court That Subprime Loans Hurt Cities, Too?

News Article: Amelia Thomson-DeVeaux, Can Miami Convince The Supreme Court That Subprime Loans Hurt Cities, Too?, FiveThirtyEight (Nov. 8, 2016).

News Article: Median Family Income for Harvard Undergrads Triple National Average, Study Finds

News Article: William S. Flanagan & Michael E. Xie, Median Family Income for Harvard Undergrads Triple National Average, Study Finds, Harvard Crimson (Jan. 25, 2017).

Article: Understanding How Low– Socioeconomic Status Households Cope with Health Shocks: An Analysis of Multisector Linked Data

Article: Tammy Leonard, et al.,  Understanding How Low– Socioeconomic Status Households Cope with Health Shocks: An Analysis of Multisector Linked Data, 669 Annals of the American Academy of Political and Social Science 125 (2017).

Report: Housing Development Toolkit

Report: Housing Development Toolkit, The White House (Sept. 2016).