Left Behind: DC’s Economic Recovery Is Not Reaching All Residents

The road to economic recovery in DC has left many groups of residents behind. The District has recovered from recession-related job losses, but wage and job growth have been very uneven. Low-wage workers have seen their wages fall, while higher-wage workers have seen earnings grow by thousands of dollars per year. Workers with less than […]

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January 29th, 2015
DC Council: Support Funding DC Health Link In a Way That Keeps Plans Affordable for All District Residents
Wes Rivers

Today, the DC Council will review a proposal to finance DC’s online health insurance exchange,, in a way that spreads costs among consumers and taxpayers broadly. The new revenue stream makes a lot of sense because all insurers and consumers will benefit from the success of DC’s exchange and because other financing options would […]

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