By The Aspen Institute
August 21, 2015
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1. In a U.S. first, New Orleans finds homes for all its homeless veterans. (From February 6, 2015)

By Noelle Swan in the Christian Science Monitor

2. City governments are using Yelp to warn the public about restaurant health code violations. (From February 13, 2015)

By Michael Luca and Luther Lowe in Harvard Business Review

3. We’re measuring family poverty wrong. We should measure access to opportunity to find out what’s really working. (From March 4, 2015)

By the Annie E. Casey Foundation

4. With slow and censored Internet and the weakest mobile phone penetration in Latin America, Cuba is the land of tech opportunity for daring investors. (From March 16, 2015)

By Ramphis Castro in Re/code

5. Simple stop-and-go labels could train people to eat more healthfully. (From January 14, 2015)

By Tove Danovich in Civil Eats

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