The Earned Income Tax Credit may be the most popular bipartisan anti-poverty tool. So why won't the feds expand it?
A growing number of states are booting poor people from assistance programs.
The rich today wield much more power than their counterparts in the War on Poverty days.
The government should expand the food stamp program, not shrink it.
As state anti-poverty programs around the country confront severe budget cuts, today's report indicates income inequality has reached an all-time high.
In the name of thrift, Congress has chiseled unemployment, food stamps, housing, child care, and most other social services.