New Yorker: Inequality and New York Subway

Income inequality is real, and the gaps loom large.Click here for a nifty infographic about income inequality on the New York subway, how median household income changes from station to station.The United States has a problem with income inequality. And it’s particularly bad in New York City—according to recent data from the U.S. Census Bureau, … Continue reading New Yorker: Inequality and New York Subway

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Medicaid Expansion & Asset-Based Policy

Here's a thought: asset building for low-income individuals. Meaning, let's give people with low incomes the opportunities, incentives and education to encourage saving and investing for the future. I'm going to a Medicaid expansion rally in Missouri's capital, to lobby for legislators to pass Medicaid expansion in Missouri, so that people with low incomes in … Continue reading Medicaid Expansion & Asset-Based Policy