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USA Today | Dec. 9, 2022
Beth Jarosz discusses the history and limitations of the current federal poverty line and offers recommendations.
Reuters | Nov. 11, 2022
The article cites PRB data on aging trends in the United States.
The Week | Nov. 5, 2022
The article highlights a blog by PRB board member Jennifer D. Sciubba about the link between demographic changes in a country and its approach to foreign policy.
The Hill | Nov. 4, 2022
The article cites PRB reporting on the disparity in mortality rates between Black women and white women.
Here & Now, WBUR | Nov. 1, 2022
Beth Jarosz discusses how the federal poverty line was set, why it’s outdated, and what changes might help.
Delaware Online | Nov. 1, 2022
The article cites a 2020 PRB article on the changes in the size of families in the United States.
USA Today | Sept. 6, 2022
The article cites a PRB explainer on how poverty is measured in the United States.
Market Insider | Aug. 29, 2022
The article cites KidsData’s findings on the cost of childcare in San Francisco.
The Standard | Aug. 8, 2022
The article cites data on contraceptive use among adolescent girl from PRB’s 2021 World Population Data Sheet.
Virginia Public Media | July 12, 2022
Mark Mather discussed population changes in Virginia over the coming 50 years.
CNN | May 24, 2022
Beth Jarosz discussed new data showing a slight increase in U.S. birth rates in 2021.
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