- JUST RELEASED! New report on proposed paid family and medical leave program in Massachusetts cites benefits, estimates costs.
- New Report Alert: “HEALTH & INCOME: The Impact of Changes to Boston’s Living Wage Ordinance on the Health of Living Wage Workers” by Randy Albelda, Brandynn Holgate, Lisa Conley, and Shannon O’Malley!
- CSP Releases “Metropolitan Boston Housing Partnership’s Family Self-Sufficiency Program Evaluation”
- Our director, Susan R. Crandall, discusses how CSP is making a big splash in 2016: Progress on cliff effects, workforce development, job quality, and asset development. Check it out!
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