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Pre-2005 Content Archive

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This week at CBPP, we focused on federal taxes, state budgets and taxes, family income support, housing, and the economy. On federal taxes, Chuck Marr urged Congress to act following the...
Chart Book

Chart Book: Tracking the Post-Great Recession Economy

When President Trump took office in January 2017, he inherited an economy in its 91st month of economic expansion following the end of the Great Recession in June 2009. That expansion continued into 2020, becoming the longest on record, but a sharp contraction in economic activity arising from COVID-19 ended it.
Blog

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Happy New Year from CBPP. This week, we focused on housing, food assistance, and the economy. On housing, we updated our backgrounder on project-based vouchers. On food...
Blog

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This week at CBPP, we focused on the federal budget, state budget and taxes, health, Social Security, and the economy. On the federal budget, we outlined five reasons why Congress should...
Blog

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This week at CBPP, we focused on the federal budget, state budgets and taxes, housing, health, and the economy. On the federal budget, Richard Kogan showed how Build Back Better would...
Blog

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This week at CBPP, we focused on federal taxes, state budgets and taxes, and the economy. On federal taxes, Kris Cox, Chuck Marr, Arloc Sherman, and Stephanie Hingtgen detailed how, if...
Blog

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This week, CBPP President Sharon Parrott praised the House’s historic passage of Build Back Better (BBB) and urged the Senate to get it across the finish line without delay. Parrott also had a...
Blog

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This week at CBPP, we focused on poverty and inequality, the federal budget, federal taxes, food assistance, and the economy. On poverty and inequality, Danilo Trisi, Kris...

Build Back Better Legislation Would Cut Poverty, Boost Opportunity

The Build Back Better legislation would take major steps to reduce the number of people living in poverty, improve the quality of life for low- and moderate-income people, and create opportunity so that children growing up in poverty have better health, complete more education, and earn higher salaries as adults.
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This week at CBPP, we focused on poverty and inequality, federal tax, housing, health, food assistance, and the economy. On poverty and inequality, we highlighted how the Build Back...