Domestic migration between the states is one portion of annual population change. The Census data show that Americans are continuing to move from high-tax to low-tax states.
Data shows that investment is uneven, racial segregation exists, and poverty is double the national percentage across Baltimore.
It is predicted that parts of Florida will flood every year by 2070 and that one out of eight homes will be underwater by 2100.
The Supreme Court agreed to decide by the end of June whether Trump’s administration has the authority to ask about citizenship in the 2020 census.
Federal Reserve Governor Lael Brainard said Thursday she’s growing more concerned about economic growth, particularly the impact that the global slowdown will have on the United States.
Amazon said on Thursday that it was canceling plans to build a corporate campus in New York City. The company had planned to build a sprawling complex in Long Island City, Queens, in exchange for nearly $3 billion in state and city incentives.
“As banks grow and they hold more market share, they should produce more of a public benefit,” said Jesse Van Tol, chief executive of the National Community Reinvestment Coalition, a fair-lending advocacy group. “A way of ensuring that accountability is to have the public involved in the oversight of what they’re doing.”
Caddo Assets Services Help Community Development, Inc., a nonprofit focusing on providing community and economic development for Indigenous People, is partnering with new programs that target drug addiction in rural areas of the United States. Some resources are expected come from the use of Community Benefits Agreements that mirror those of the National Community Reinvestment Coalition — such as the $30B CBA agreement with Fifth Third Bank.
Mayor Andrew J. Ginther of Columbus, Ohio sets his focus on investing millions of dollars into affordable housing in “opportunity neighborhoods” — identified as neighborhoods with the highest infant-mortality rate. The National Community Reinvestment Coalition is expected to contribute roughly $7.2 million dollars to help with the Mayor’s affordable housing initiatives.
Senate Banking Committee Chairman Mike Crapo has a new plan for affordable housing that would replace the current goals. His plan includes a multi-guarantor system and giving the Federal Housing Finance Agency new responsibilities. The National Community Reinvestment Coalition has publicly criticized Chairman Crapo’s new plan ideas saying that the current affordable housing goals have been beneficial in home ownership.