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Kyle Ross is a policy analyst for Inclusive Economy at American Progress. Prior to joining American Progress, Ross interned with the Government Affairs and Food Assistance teams at the Center on Budget and Policy Priorities. He also previously interned at Bloomberg Government, where he assisted in summarizing legislation. Ross graduated from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill with a bachelor’s degree in political science.

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The Minimum Wage Is a Poverty Wage Article
Activists in the restaurant and service industries gather for a Raise the Wage Act rally.

The Minimum Wage Is a Poverty Wage

The federal minimum wage has lost the ability to keep workers out of poverty; but this November, voters in multiple states will have the chance to ensure better wages.

Kyle Ross

Construction of Tennessee EV Battery Facility Highlights Promises and Challenges of Biden Administration Policies Report
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Construction of Tennessee EV Battery Facility Highlights Promises and Challenges of Biden Administration Policies

Tennessee’s BlueOval City electric vehicle battery facility shows how public investments can lead to good union jobs, but anecdotal evidence suggests that workers are not connecting these jobs to important economic policies.

David Madland, Kyle Ross

3 Ways States Can Improve Child Support Article
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3 Ways States Can Improve Child Support

Decades of problems with distribution, debt, and enforcement have undermined the child support program’s ability to serve low-income families.

Kyle Ross

The Latest Poverty, Income, and Food Insecurity Data Reveal Continuing Racial Disparities Article
Two people, faces not shown, carrying grocery bags of food

The Latest Poverty, Income, and Food Insecurity Data Reveal Continuing Racial Disparities

Federal policies implemented in 2021 led to notable progress in the fight against poverty, but data show that persistent economic disparities, by both gender and race and ethnicity, will only be closed through continued attention and investments.

Kyle Ross, Justin Dorazio

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