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Pledging a Diverse College Experience

Blog Post by: Clio Chang , on April 17, 2015

Ensuring a diverse student body isn't the only concern on some college campuses. Clio Chang shows how segregation makes its way into the Greek life community as well.

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How Can the EITC Be Improved?

Blog Post by: Mike Cassidy , on April 13, 2015

Part 3 of 3 in TCF’s Tax-Week Series on the EITC.

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Who the EITC Helps—And Why It Works

Blog Post by: Mike Cassidy , on April 10, 2015

Part 2 of 3 in TCF’s Tax-Week Series on the EITC.

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Workers & Economic Inequality

The EITC—Our Biggest Program for the Working Poor

Blog Post by: Mike Cassidy , on April 10, 2015

Part 1 of 3 in TCF’s Tax-Week Series on the EITC.

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Foreign Policy

What’s Behind the FBI’s Obsessive “Stingray” Secrecy?

Blog Post by: Sam Adler-Bell , on April 9, 2015

We know police departments are using Stingray technology to obtain evidence without proper permission from courts, but the FBI continues to conceal evidence of its use.

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Workers & Economic Inequality

Optimistic for the Future, Obama’s Transportation Bill Has No Plan for the Present

Blog Post by: Jacob Anbinder , on April 9, 2015

While the Obama administration's recently submitted transportation bill should give transportation advocates hope, TCF policy associate Jacob Anbinder explains why the proposal still does not address the policy area's most pressing problem.

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Education

Is There Political Support for Integrated Charter Schools?

Blog Post by: Halley Potter , on April 8, 2015

TCF fellow Halley Potter takes a closer look at why we should advocate for integrated charter school classrooms.

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Foreign Policy

Blocking Obama’s Climate Progress in Paris

Blog Post by: Neil Bhatiya , on April 7, 2015

TCF policy analyst Neil Bhatiya explains why attempts to block Obama's plans for the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change in Paris are misguided.

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How Poverty Can Damage Children’s Brains

Blog Post by: Clio Chang , on April 3, 2015

New research has shown that living in poverty not only deprives children of material goods, but apparently hinders brain development as well.

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America Is Always Working—Except When It’s Not

Blog Post by: Mike Cassidy , on April 2, 2015

New data from the Bureau of Labor Statistics indicate that the typical American worker spends less time on the job than anticipated, sometimes working just 4 out of every 5 weeks of the year. TCF policy associate Mike Cassidy writes about what factors determine these unequal employment rates.

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5 Things We Learned from Erie County’s Stingray Surveillance Ruling

Blog Post by: Sam Adler-Bell , on April 1, 2015

Questionable police use of "Stingray" surveillance is expanding. Policy associate Sam Adler-Bell reviews the five things to be learned from the newest case with New York's Erie County Sheriff’s Office.

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Foreign Policy

The U.S. Climate Change Plan—Ambitious but Politically Fragile

Blog Post by: Neil Bhatiya , on March 31, 2015

TCF policy associate Neil Bhatiya looks at the fragile nature of climate politics leading up to the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change in Paris. 

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Two Years of Children’s Health Insurance Is Not Enough

Blog Post by: Clio Chang , on March 30, 2015

The Children’s Health Insurance Program (CHIP) was extended for two more years, but the broadly supported program deserves much more.

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Workers & Economic Inequality

Five Takeaways from New Census Bureau Data

Blog Post by: Jacob Anbinder , on March 27, 2015

Where is America growing? TCF policy associate Jacob Anbinder takes a look at what the recent census figures are telling us.

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Workers & Economic Inequality

When Your Occupation Is Poverty

Blog Post by: Mike Cassidy , on March 27, 2015

The Bureau of Labor Statistics released its annual data yesterday, and as TCF policy associate Mike Cassidy shows, a lot of Americans are among the “working poor.”

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