The effort is launching ahead of California’s March 3 primary and is one of the most unorthodox yet, blurring the lines between traditional campaign organizing and the distribution of sponsored content.
Emily BadgerSometimes I wonder about the alternate universe where Bloomberg chose a moderate he thought was most viable and directed some of these resources their way instead
Economists say rents would fall. Neighbors fear rents would rise. New research tries to find the answer.
Emily BadgerWe know that new housing can help lower rents at the metro level.
But we know surprisingly little about what happens at the *neighborhood scale.* And that’s where all the big fights are.
A look at some initial evidence
The 2020 campaign is obsessed with the wrong issue.
Emily BadgerRereading this @DLeonhardt column from the fall reminds me that I'd still like to know from each Dem candidate what one priority they'd name (or even who would admit that health care is not that priority)