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State of Education Funding (2022)

This report offers an assessment of the state of education funding in Georgia by analyzing how it compares …

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Over-Represented Among the Vulnerable, Under-Protected In the Pandemic: Georgia Immigrants Deserve Better

As the pandemic continues, one glaring outcome has been increased disparities between certain groups. During the beginning of …

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Unjust Revenue from an Imbalanced Criminal Legal System: How Georgia’s Fines and Fees Worsen Racial Inequity

Key Takeaways: Georgia’s poor governance of fines and fees revenue practices has allowed many economically underperforming localities to …

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2022 Policy Priorities

The Georgia Budget and Policy Institute’s goal is to shine a light on people-first policies that help all …

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Sponsorship Opportunities for Insights 2022

About Insights is the Georgia Budget and Policy Institute’s signature annual event. In an effort to minimize health …

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Georgia Can Afford to Begin to Modernize TANF and Move Past Its Racist Legacy

Temporary Assistance for Needy Families (TANF), the cash assistance program to families with children and with very low …

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Unequal Recovery: How the COVID-19 Pandemic has Impacted Economic Security for Black Women and Latinas

Nearly two years into a global public health crisis, most people are experiencing some degree of pandemic burnout, …

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A Need-Based Financial Aid Program for Georgia

      Key Takeaways Georgia can raise educational achievement through a need-based grant for college students, which …

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New Administration, New(ish) Immigration Rules: Policy Continuity and Change Under President Biden and the Experience of Georgia Communities

Key Takeaways Georgia has 18,000 DACA recipients. These recipients rely on DACA to be able to work and …

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Advancing Equity: Ensuring Immigrant Families Can Access the Expanded Child Tax Credit

Key takeaways: The Child Tax Credit has the power to significantly reduce the racial and ethnic disparities in …

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Reimagining Revenue: How Georgia’s Tax Code Contributes to Racial and Economic Inequality

    You can download the Reimagining Revenue fact sheet here. Executive Summary From the 18th century to …

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Fact Sheet: Breaking Down the Federal Recovery Proposal

    Several policies included in ongoing federal recovery discussions have the power to rebalance our tax code, …

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