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February 3, 2016, William H. Frey
February 2, 2016, Scott Andes, Jesus Leal Trujillo and Nick Marchio
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A bi-weekly newsletter providing data and outlining solutions for metropolitan areas from the Metropolitan Policy Program at Brookings.
Metropolitan Policy Program experts discuss and analyze topics key to metropolitan vibrancy and competitiveness.
Across all big cities, housing looks more expensive for the poor in high inequality places https://t.co/KdgOjOhgp9 #MetropolitanLens
Obama proposes unprecedented levels of investment in #cleanenergy through public-private partnerships https://t.co/MTCDxvxuwH
Obama’s energy budget doubles down on innovation.
Read the full blog by @MarkMuro1 here: https://t.co/MTCDxvxuwH https://t.co/3NkVtE9hWw
RT @rpuentes: RSVP for @BrookingsMetro event: Pathways to opportunity: Housing, transport, social mobility https://t.co/cXeFRK7OM9 w/@HUDgov, @USDOT chief
1st episode of #MetropolitanLens: https://t.co/F3dwIt3g6f
@berubea1 talks about the consequences of inequality in #NewOrleans
In the future, #Iowa & #NewHampshire will become even less racially representative than the nation. https://t.co/QO6aYoTR2l
Obama's transportation plan, funded by a $10-per-barrel oil tax, is not popular in Congress, but it is important https://t.co/PzatOUkFOu
Minority share of eligible voters in #NewHampshire shows this early primary state is one of the least representative https://t.co/0mUqH8iOn0
Insights on the causes and consequences of inequality in #NewOrleans
https://t.co/F3dwIt3g6f #MetroLens @berubea1
Don’t dismiss Obama’s clean transportation plan.
@rpuentes and @jwkane1 explain why it's important: https://t.co/PzatOUkFOu
Rethinking #econdev https://t.co/Hb9WFBBTeh @amy_liuw https://t.co/XFuBhi6UlI
How inclusive is your metro economy? Data for the largest 100 U.S. metros here: https://t.co/JnybEYAFDh https://t.co/I8aZ7GAY4G
How closely do the February states—#Iowa #NewHampshire #SouthCarolina & #Nevada—reflect national demographics? https://t.co/QO6aYoTR2l
In early primary states, voters are far older, whiter, & more rural than the nation as a whole https://t.co/QO6aYoTR2l #Iowa #NewHampshire
How unrepresentative are the early presidential primary states?
Translating economic growth into economic opportunity for all, in central #NewYork
William Frey walks through the primary season, state by state
Digitization creating new opportunities in #manufacturing
https://t.co/KYi4lqo5OD @kellyhkline @bruce_katz @MarkMuro1
#NewOrleans metro region has the 4th highest level of income inequality in the US
Learn more: https://t.co/KdgOjOhgp9 @berubea1
RT @MarthaHRoss: "It would be difficult to find 2 more unrepresentative states" than IA & NH, per William Frey. https://t.co/oxxlUoS1uv via @BrookingsMetro
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