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Cutting Funding for Food Stamps is "Economically and Morally Unsound"
Washington Post Op-Ed piece makes case for retaining food stamp support
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For Low-Wage Workers, Two Incomes Are Not Much Better Than One
Kearney and Turner argue that the current tax code puts an unfair burden on low-income families with two earners
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MPRC Founding Director Suzanne Bianchi Passes Away at 61
Her contributions to sociology and family research remain influential
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What Happens When the Pace of Start Ups Slows Down
Slowdown in new business start-ups is stunting job creation, Haltiwanger reports
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Parenthood Decisions and the Ticking Biological Clock
Philip Cohen and Gneisha Dinwiddie investigate whether children born later in life are at greater risk for disabilities
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Ginger Zhe Jin Examines the Risk of Working With Eminent Co-Authors
Blame for scientific misconduct falls more heavily on less well-known co-authors
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Gneisha Dinwiddie Investigates Links Between Race, Lifelong Stress, and Cardiovascular Disease
Ongoing social and economic stress leads to racial and ethnic disparities in cardiovascular disease outcomes
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Rada Dagher Corrects Misinformation About Postpartum Depression and Postpartum Psychosis
Better diagnosis and care is needed for new moms
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Katharine Abraham and John Haltiwanger Call on Congress to Restore Funding to Agencies that Provide Statistics on the Economy
Government shutdown creates data blackout
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John Haltiwanger cited on NPR's Morning Edition
Job creation happens more often in young businesses, not small businesses
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