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Tfw an econ reporter sounds like an econ professor. 😊 nails it re: post-tax v pre-tax anti-poverty policies
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Let's give this excellent piece by featuring to every MPP and MPH student
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Good column on policies that can help low-income Americans beyond raising the minimum wage.
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stresses post-tax policies to help low & moderate income families play a key role too. Chart backs her up
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Thoughtful piece on why tax structure matters for creating/minimizing inequality by : HT
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Policies that might not fit on a bumper sticker but could help poor people more than $15/hour, by .
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Another important column from : "Bleeding hearts are often helped by hard heads."
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the $15-minimum-wage-obsessed grassroots left should get more fired up about transfer payments.
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Excellent work from , quoting , on why we should think more broadly about anti-poverty strategy
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Recommended: The left isn’t paying enough attention to these anti-poverty policies
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