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Urban Development

Good - and Bad - Ways to Fund Infrastructure

Originally published on Tax Justice Blog, a project of Citizens for Tax Justice and the Institute on Taxation and Economic Policy, on April 22, 2015 by Richard Phillips.
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New York City Makes Income Equality The Center Of Its Green Goals

Originally published on Co.Exist on April 23, by Jessica Leber.
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Nine Charts about Wealth Inequality in America

Take a look at animated graphs from The Urban Institute that paint the picture for the reason behind income inequality. 
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Failing Bridges Taking A Toll; Some States Move To Raise Gas Tax

Dangerous bridges, the recent move by some to consider raising the gas tax, and the second lowest gas tax in the US. Read about the infrastructure crisis affecting our country,...
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Obama's big budget idea: Tax corporations to fund our roads

Investment in the nation's highways is a large part of the recent budget proposed by President Obama. Read about this proposal here, from Brad Plumer published on February 2, 2015...
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Residents upset with pipeline route outside Mansfield

An local look at the reaction of citizens to a pipeline, as found in American Planning Association on November 20, 2014. 
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Why Whole Foods is moving into one of the poorest neighborhoods in Chicago

A recent decision by Whole Foods is reported on in The Washington Post by Emily Badger, published on November 14, 2014. 
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