| Posted: May 19th, 2012
Last week, three MetroTrends bloggers show how affordable housing and social security reforms might be an essential starting point for tackling the needs of vulnerable people:
- Rich Johnson proposes a change to social security contribution that could eliminate much of its looming shortfall while improving overall equality
- Mary Cunningham points to a program that could reduce homelessness and recidivism by providing housing help to people leaving prison, and
- Susan Popkin describes an experimental effort to simultaneously help both adults and kids in some of the nation’s most distressed public housing communities.
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