This paper explores how some of the most heavily criticized financial services practices—payday lending, repossession services, and banks levying transaction fees—actually make it possible for vulnerable communities to participate more fully in the modern economy.
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If you can tear yourself away from the Omarosa coverage today, Katie Pavlich profiles a woman who quietly is making policy changes that will improve the lives of individuals across the country.
Via The New York Times
by Kristin A. Shapiro
The idea is to offer new parents the option of collecting Social Security benefits for at least two months in return for deferring their retirement age for the period of time necessary to offset the cost...
Via St. Louis Post-Dispatch
by Erin Hawley
In a big blow to green activists and cash-strapped cities looking for new revenue sources, a federal district judge recently dismissed a climate change lawsuit filed by New York City.
Via Dallas News
by Claudia Rosett
Is there any serious chance that on President Donald Trump’s watch, these dismal trends might be stopped, or even reversed?...
Via The Hill
by Hadley Heath
This logic is flawed, as is the understanding of the word capitalism...
by Patrice Lee Onwuka
On so-called Black Women’s Equal Pay Day, we are told that we are victims of a double whammy...
Via The Heartland Institute
by Vicki E. Alger
Fights, Weapons Possessions, Racial Tensions Among Host Of Problems Reported Less Often In Private Schools...
Via One News Now
by Patrice Lee Onwuka
U.S. Sen. Marco Rubio (R-Florida) is touting a new family leave bill that he claims would benefit parents and do so without growing the size of the federal government...
Via Washington Examiner
by Carrie L. Lukas
Last week, Rubio unveiled legislation that would allow parents to take out Social Security early following a birth or adoption in exchange for delaying retirement...