News Article: “Skip Child Support. Go to Jail. Lose Job. Repeat” – NYTimes.com

Skip Child Support. Go to Jail. Lose Job. Repeat. – NYTimes.com.

Huff Post Story: “This May Be The Most Effective Anti-Poverty Program In America”

This May Be The Most Effective Anti-Poverty Program In America.

New Report: “A Subsidized Jobs Program for the 21st Century: Unlocking Labor-Market Opportunities for All Who Seek Work”

New Report: Rachel West, Rebecca Vallas & Melissa Boteach, A Subsidized Jobs Program for the 21st Century: Unlocking Labor-Market Opportunities for All Who Seek Work (Center for American Progress 2015).

Blog Post: “Regulating Social Finance: Can Social Stock Exchanges Meet the Challenge?”

Blog Post: Sarah Dadush, Regulating Social Finance: Can Social Stock Exchanges Meet the Challenge?, The CLS Blue Sky Blog, Apr. 8, 2015.

News Coverage: What is it like to be poor at an Ivy League school? – Magazine – The Boston Globe

What is it like to be poor at an Ivy League school? – Magazine – The Boston Globe.

News Coverage: San Jose affordable housing law faces key legal test – San Jose Mercury News

San Jose affordable housing law faces key legal test – San Jose Mercury News.

New Report: “Assessing the Merits of Photo EBT Cards in the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program”

New Report: Gregory B. Mills & Christopher Lowenstein, Assessing the Merits of Photo EBT Cards in the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (Urban Inst. 2015).  Related NY Times story here.

Student / Clinic work: Homeless Rights Advocacy Project

From the Legislation Law Prof Blog [focusing on work by Seattle U. students under the direction of Sara Rankin].

New Report: “Unaccompanied Child Migration to the United States: The Tension between Protection and Prevention”

New Report: TransAtlantic Council on Migration, Unaccompanied Child Migration to the United States: The Tension between Protection and Prevention (2015).

Op-Ed: “The double-standard of making the poor prove they’re worthy of government benefits” – The Washington Post

Op-Ed: The double-standard of making the poor prove they’re worthy of government benefits – The Washington Post.