This year’s state legislative sessions have brought many wins and challenges, despite several states holding shorter sessions. Yet it would...
Over 11% of all counties in the United States are persistently poor, meaning that 20% or more of the population...
Editor's Note: For more on the new data and resources, including how major U.S. cities compare across Scorecard measures, see...
It seems like each week, there’s another disheartening new report documenting the depth of racial wealth disparity in our country....
Through this more localized data, we’re better able to identify and dissect these intra-state and intra-regional dynamics to pinpoint policy solutions that put every family on the pathway to prosperity.
This year’s Scorecard builds on 15 years of equipping advocates with the data and resources they need to illustrate the reach of financial insecurity in their states, as well as concrete recommendations for how lawmakers can put their constituents on stronger financial footing.