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September 15, 2023 — Where the food comes from

New Research Funded By A-Mark Foundation Demonstrates Impact Of Urban Farming In Helping Formerly Incarcerated Individuals Find Jobs And Tackling Food Injustice

A south Los Angeles urban farm has successfully provided formerly incarcerated men and women with job and educational opportunities, according to a recent study conducted by Pepperdine University School of Public Policy graduate students.
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September 6, 2023 — Pepperdine School of Public Policy Newsroom

Public Policy Student Capstone Research Evaluates Urban Farming Impact

Pepperdine School of Public Policy (SPP) received a grant from the A-Mark Foundation to evaluate a program aiming to foster neighborhood cohesion and restorative justice. The A-Mark Foundation is a nonprofit organization whose mission is to present unbiased research on political and social topics.
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August 25, 2023 — Affordable Housing Finance

What Research Reveals About the Impact of Affordable Housing on Property Values

Multiple studies show that affordable housing does not harm nearby property values, according to The A-Mark Foundation, a nonprofit that recently reviewed research on the impact of low-income housing on surrounding home prices.
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August 6, 2023 — LA Times

Stop worrying, NIMBYS — affordable housing shouldn’t squash your property values

Low-income housing has a positive impact, or no impact, on neighborhood house values, according to a majority of studies reviewed by A-Mark Foundation.
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January 14, 2023 — CNN

3 investigations and 2 words no president wants to hear

Since Carter, only Barack Obama has emerged from the White House without having a special counsel or special prosecutor look at his administration. See lists of these investigations compiled by the A-Mark Foundation and The Washington Post.
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January 13, 2023 — The Washington Post

The sudden proliferation of special counsels

The Washington Post cites research by the A-Mark Foundation.
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Undated — Voice of America

History of Special Counsel Investigations

Special Counsel Robert S. Mueller III’s probe of Russian interference in the 2016 presidential election is only the latest in a long series of high-profile investigations of government scandals that have haunted past administrations and led to numerous convictions.
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October 17, 2022 — Zócalo Public Square

“What Do Unhoused People Want Most? Ask Them.

Two recent studies bridge the gap between well-intentioned plans and what those experiencing homelessness actually need.
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October 3, 2022 — New York Times

They Legitimized the Myth of a Stolen Election — and Reaped the Rewards

On the day the Capitol was attacked, 139 Republicans in the House voted to dispute the Electoral College count. This is how they got there.
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June 26, 2022 — The Forward

The Jewish stake in Jan. 6 is bigger than you think

Making abortion illegal may, as the lawsuit filed by a South Florida claims, infringe upon Jews’ religious freedom.
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