A Broken Foundation: Affordable Housing Crisis Threatens DC’s Lowest-Income Residents

The disappearance of low-cost housing in the District is leaving the city’s extremely low-income households financially on edge and poses serious risks to the ability of families to afford enough food, for children to go to school ready to learn, and for adults to get and keep a job. Yet only a fraction of the […]

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January 13th, 2017
ACA Repeal: Bad for Health Care, Bad for the District’s Economy
Jodi Kwarciany

Repeal of the Affordable Care Act would be devastating not only for DC residents who may lose health insurance, but also for the entire DC economy. It would lead to a loss of up to 8,000 jobs in health care and beyond and $11.3 billion in business output in the District by 2023, according to […]

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