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Publications by date about: Poverty

June 9, 2014Blog PostBasic Family Budget Calculator (Updated)
April 9, 2014The BulletinAffordable housing a challenge for low-income workers
February 20, 2014Statesman JournalRe-evaluating state's minimum wage
January 23, 2014Blog PostToward A Budget That Addresses Racial Disparities and Creates Opportunity for All
December 26, 2013News ReleaseOregon 15-Cent Minimum Wage Increase Still Not Enough to Make Ends Meet
November 7, 2013InfographicOregon Children Living in Poverty
October 15, 2013InfographicIf Poverty Were a City in Oregon . . .
September 19, 2013Fact SheetStruggling Families in Each Oregon Congressional District Need SNAP Improved, Not Cut
September 19, 2013Fact SheetA Graphic View of Poverty in Oregon
September 17, 2013News ReleaseMinimum Wage Increase Is Good for Workers and Economy, Though Not Enough to Pull Some Families Out of Poverty
August 7, 2013InfographicOregon's Working Poor
July 23, 2013CenterPointsWorking But Still Stuck in Poverty
July 17, 2013Blog PostThe McBudget vs. EPI's Basic Family Budget
July 10, 2013Blog PostBasic Family Budget Calculator
July 1, 2013News ReleaseHouse Tax Credits Bill Rightly Puts Low-Income Working Families First; Senate Should Do Likewise
June 27, 2013Fact SheetWorking But Still Poor
March 30, 2013Blog PostWill the 2013 Legislature Thaw Decades of Indifference to Oregon’s Poorest Children?
March 21, 2013CenterPointsBasic Health May Be What the Doctor Ordered for Oregon
March 18, 2013InfographicTANF Income Limit Frozen for Over Two Decades
February 25, 2013CenterPointsPreserve the Credit Workers Have Earned
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