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Writing in Planning Magazine, vice president of law & policy Ben Winig recently argued that, to address the nation’s housing crisis, city planners must understand and confront the misuse of state preemption and protect the role of local governments...
In their recent post for the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation’s Culture of Health Blog, RWJF senior program officer Monica H. Vinluan and ChangeLab Solutions senior VP of innovation and impact Shauneequa Owusu delve into Changelab’s new guide to ensuring health...
Policy analysts Nessia Berner Wong and Nadia Rojas recently submitted a comment about a proposed United States Department of Agriculture rule-change. This change would tighten existing work requirements for SNAP recipients by limiting states’ ability to apply...
Writing a commentary in Spotlight on Poverty and Opportunity, senior VP of innovation and impact Shauneequa Owusu recently praised County Health Rankings’ 2019 report, which focuses on the link between housing and opportunities to be healthy.“Decades of...
As part of their media coverage surrounding this important issue, the New York Times quoted Ben Winig, our vice president of law & policy, about the proven efficacy of soda taxes for preventing childhood obesity and the nefarious legal strategies used by...