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Why Access to Free Community College Matters

America entered the 20th century as the world’s pre-eminent economic power, and in the following decades, it continued to prosper due in large part to its commitment to universal public high school education. We made high school free and universal at a time when other countries called that wasteful, and as a result, we created

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Email: "Reclaiming the American Dream"

This afternoon, Secretary of Housing and Urban Development Julián Castro sent the following message to the White House email list. In it, he highlights the progress our housing market has made during

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Being Biden: A Senate Swearing-In

Today marked the start of the 114th Congress, and Vice President Biden presided over the ceremonial swearing-in — a long-running tradition for the sitting Vice President. In today’s special video edition of

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The Faces of Health Care: Anthony C.

“If it weren’t for [the Affordable Care Act], my family would be uninsured.”    Anthony has spent his life working to help customers with their mortgages. He owned his own mortgage company

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