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New Poverty Data Shows Effects of Federal Relief, Prompts Calls for Continued Aid
Gotham Gazette | September 21, 2021

Report Cites Economic Power of Wyoming Women
Public News Service | July 12, 2021

Study says more than 3 million live in ‘true poverty’ in NJ. Most go uncounted
Asbury Park Press | July 11, 2021

Report: Health Care In Connecticut Is Unaffordable For Hundreds of Thousands
CT News Junkie | June 24, 2021

Childcare is replacing housing as the top reason California is unaffordable
Fast Company | May 17, 2021 

MAKING ENDS MEET: Housing tops expenses for professionals just getting started
The Sheridan Press | May 14, 2021 

San Jose mayor, housing advocates talk post-pandemic housing
San Jose Spotlight | May 12, 2021

As cities test guaranteed income, Dems push Biden on recurring payments
Local 21 News | April 1, 2021

Upcoming Webinar on the Self-Sufficiency Standard in Western Colorado
Montrose Press | March 25, 2021 

Marin Community Foundation’s Universal Basic Income program will use the Self-Sufficiency Standard for California to set income eligibility
The Mercury News | March 25, 2021

The Self-Sufficiency Standard highlights that the minimum-wage is too low in Wyoming
Wyofile | March 12, 2021

The financial hurdles of a Colorado family navigating the pandemic, how the Self-Sufficiency Standard illustrates real cost of living
Aspen Daily News | March 9, 2021

Multnomah County’s Preschool for All program will use the Self-Sufficiency Standard for Oregon to prioritize access to free high-quality preschool for 3 and 4 year olds
Multnomah County | March 4, 2021

Wyoming Women’s Foundation uses the Self-Sufficiency Standard to advocate for expanded Medicaid bills in the Wyoming Legislature
Casper Star Tribune | March 4, 2021

The Self-Sufficiency Standard for Connecticut is used to demonstrate the impact of minimum wage increases on benefits cliffs for working families 
Connecticut Voices for Children | February 2021