Topic - Poverty

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Tribal trends

While economic conditions have improved for American Indians living on reservations, poverty remains prevalent, and tribes face deep challenges in their efforts to develop.
Douglas Clement
March 2006 - fedgazette

Census says poverty down, incomes up in North Dakota

November 2004 - Community Dividend

VITA sites provide outreach, tax help to low-income workers

Millions of Americans could receive valuable refunds during the next tax season, provided they file for a federal tax credit designed to assist low-income people. A related program providing free tax
Brad Bly
November 2004 - Community Dividend

Plan to end long-term homelessness in Minnesota released

August 2004 - Community Dividend

Earned Income Tax Credits: helping low-income families build lives and assets

Commentary
Beth Haney
March 2004 - fedgazette

A better day in the neighborhood: The rise and decline of poverty concentration in the Twin Cities, 1970-2000

After increasing for two decades, the concentration of poverty in Minneapolis-St. Paul took a dramatic, unexpected plunge in the 1990s
Richard M. Todd
November 2003 - Community Dividend

A conversation with ... Chuck Johnson of the State of Minnesota Department of Human Services

Community Dividend speaks with Chuck Johnson of the State of Minnesota Department of Human Services about issues affecting low-income people.
November 2003 - Community Dividend

Demographic trends reveal mixed portrait of Ninth District reservations

According to census data, Native American reservations did not benefit equally from the economic boom of the 1990s.
Michael Grover
November 2003 - Community Dividend

District poverty levels on the decline

Naomi Cytron
July 2003 - fedgazette

Cost Estimate to Educate all 3- and 4-Year-Old Children from Low-Income Families in Minnesota at a Two-Year, High-Quality ECDP

Table
March 2003 - fedgazette

First Accounts awards grants

November 2002 - Community Dividend

The Affordable Housing Shortage: Considering the Problem, Causes and Solutions

The author's data analysis concludes that a shortage of income is largely behind the housing affordability problem.
Ron J. Feldman
September 2002 - The Region

Lower poverty rates noted in the district

Meriem Chida
January 2002 - fedgazette

Observations on Public Policy: The Case of Homelessness

Guest Editorial: Minneapolis Fed Vice President and Advisor Preston Miller reflects on homelessness and offers some important considerations and relevant facts about this significant issue.
Preston J. Miller
September 2001 - The Region

Ninth District states—by the numbers

Rob Grunewald
March 2001 - fedgazette

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