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How One Student is Fighting the College Hunger Crisis (MSNBC)
Ned Resnikoff profiles Yvonne Montoya, President of the Santa Monica College chapter of the Roosevelt Institute | Campus Network, and her work to get food stamps accepted on campus.
A Tour of the Roosevelt Family’s New York (WSJ)
Sophia Hollander speaks with Roosevelt Institute Senior Fellow David Woolner about the Roosevelt legacy in New York through fourteen sites across the state, in light of the upcoming Ken Burns documentary The Roosevelts.
Measuring the Impact of States’ Obamacare Decisions (WaPo)
Jason Millman looks at a new study on how costs varied for people buying insurance based on their states’ approach to the Affordable Care Act. States with successful exchanges had the lowest costs.
Why Co-ops Are the Future of the American Economy (AJAM)
Worker-owned businesses should appeal to liberals and conservatives alike, writes Matthew Harwood, because conservatives see ownership as building self-sufficiency and liberals appreciate the higher wages.
The Inflation Cult (NYT)
The investors and economists who continue to insist that runaway inflation is coming to destroy the U.S. economy are a sign of just how polarized our society has become, writes Paul Krugman.
Allentown Bets Big to Shed its Former Image (Marketplace)
Tommy Andres looks at how tax incentives structured through a Neighborhood Improvement Zone have begun to revitalize Allentown’s downtown.