High Levels of Economic & Housing Insecurity in U.S. Detailed in New Reports

HeadlineMay 03, 2019

The Children’s Defense Fund is warning nearly 13 million American children are living in homes with incomes below the poverty line, even as the richest Americans benefit from tax cuts passed by Republicans in 2017. Meanwhile, a new report by Temple University’s Hope Center finds more than half of U.S. college students have struggled to find housing, and almost half have experienced hunger at some point in their college careers.

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