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On September 12, AEI’s Naomi Schaefer Riley and a panel of experts discussed the latest survey research on adoption and how policymakers and adoption agencies can help birth parents understand the current adoption landscape in a post-Dobbs world.
The pandemic exposed dysfunctional cities like San Francisco and New York. In the years since the initial covid lockdowns, “opportunity metros” between the coasts have flourished in the wake of this urban mismanagement.
It is easy to overstate the minimum wage’s relevance as a source of low‐wage workers’ wage gains.
In this year’s extenders package, lawmakers are likely to address two tax provisions related to the treatment of business investment. They should avoid making these policies temporary and retroactive.
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In the pandemic’s wake, we need good information on how students and schools are faring. But no one wants to sacrifice learning time or human connection in the name of endless test-taking. Here are three points to consider.
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In a surprise move, the Biden administration limited eligibility for its previously announced student loan jubilee—potentially leaving up to four million borrowers expecting relief out to dry.
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