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Assessing the Implementation of DACA

A study by the Metropolitan Policy Program at the Brookings Institution examines the implementation of the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) program to inform future efforts in support of unauthorized immigrants. Read More
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Prolonged Housing Crisis Diminishes Confidence in the American Dream, 2015 Housing Matters Survey Finds

A significant majority of Americans believes the country is still not past the housing crisis that began seven years ago, according to a new survey of housing attitudes released today by MacArthur. Read More
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Mapping Methane Leaks Across the U.S.

A collaboration between Google Earth Outreach and the Environmental Defense Fund uses a new approach to map methane leaks from natural gas pipes to pinpoint the most troublesome areas of climate pollution. Read More
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Supporting Innovation to Curb Youth Violence

Three innovative Chicago-based projects that focus on youth violence prevention have been selected for funding through the University of Chicago Crime Lab’s Chicago Design Competition, which is supported by MacArthur. Read More
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Online Tool Calculates Nuclear Fuel Cycle Cost

The calculator will help countries understand the true cost of nuclear reprocessing by estimating the full cost of electricity produced by three configurations of the nuclear fuel cycle. Read More
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Statewide Housing Market Analysis Finds Housing Insecurity Widespread

The Chicago Rehab Network’s latest Illinois Housing Market Analysis shows housing insecurity is more widespread across Illinois communities and income levels, suggesting a need for stronger interventions. Read More