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Poverty & Inequality

Geography of College Aid in California ... Expansions to Food Assistance Could Reduce Child Poverty ... Pandemic Aid Helped Lower Poverty in California.

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Caroline Danielson

Caroline Danielson · Policy Director and Senior Fellow · Expansions to Food Assistance Could Reduce Child Poverty · Pandemic Aid Helped Lower Poverty in California.

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Testimony: Measuring Poverty in California

By Sarah Bohn

Jan 8, 2014 ... The latest official poverty estimates suggest that about 16 percent of Californians are poor, and as many as 22 percent of the state's children ...

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Vicki Hsieh

Before joining PPIC, she worked at Hanover Research as a project manager and editor in K-12 and higher education research. She holds a PhD in comparative ...

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Sarah Bohn

Vice President and John and Louise Bryson Chair in Policy Research and Senior Fellow. Expertise: California economy, poverty and income distribution, higher ...

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Tess Thorman

Recent projects have also focused on California's stake in the 2020 Census. ... Expansions to Food Assistance Could Reduce Child Poverty.