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Lincoln Institute in the News

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CAN REGENERATIVE DESIGN SAVE THE PLANET? Anthony Flint, a fellow at the Lincoln Institute of Land Policy, dives into the next generation of g...

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Thursday, May 21, 2015 Planning for States and Nation-States in the U.S. and Europe By Stephen R. Miller  Share The Lincoln Instit...

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Scholar Alan Mallach links inequality in Cleveland and other cities to tensions over policing Scholar Alan Mallach said in a conference...

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GRAY MATTERS Sign Language: Neighborhood branding is serious business By Leah Binkovitz May 19, 2015 Updated: May 19, 2015 12:55pm The...

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Why does Barclays want to build a city in the middle of the New Mexico desert? Santolina, a planned 38,000-home mega-development on the...

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Home » Archives » Research Finds Land Use Decision-Making Remains Local Research Finds Land Use Decision-Making Rem...

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Friday, May 1, 2015 Recent Articles on Nonprofits Law and Policy By Nonprofit Blogger  Share The season for introducing recent sch...

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EDUCATION How Parasitic Universities Drain Towns All Across America Nonprofit universities are beneficiaries of a blanket tax exem...

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Democratic Gov. Andrew Cuomo of New York speaks to reporters about his proposal to offer a $1.7 billion property tax credit for homeowners and renters...

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Several States Trying to Offer Property Tax Relief BY STATELINE | MAY 8, 2015 By Tim Henderson With some of the highest median p...

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According to this report by WalletHub, Jacksonville is one of the best run cities in the country.   Like Rome, no great city is built in a da...

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Are There Better Ways to Diagnose an Unhealthy City? spite the calamitous impact that insolvency can have on a city, there really aren’t c...

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Poverty, Despair, and Big Government Freddie Gray’s death was the spark, but Baltimore’s governance was the powder keg. By Michael Tanne...

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When It Comes to Housing Affordability, Are Cities Like Seattle Doomed? At their annual gathering this week, America's urban planners confronted a gr...

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Plants and Rocks by the Square Mile

In the Company of Plants and Rocks
Plants and Rocks by the Square Mile In Wyoming, we’re blessed with public lands.  The Federal government holds in tr...

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Study Examines the Importance of Planning by States and Nation-States April 14, 2015, 1pm PDTJAMES BRASUELL  0  0 &n...

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We've heard a lot about concentrated poverty, but what about concentrated affluence? "Many cities have more areas of segregated affluence than th...

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How the Rich Benefit From Handouts More Than the Poor BY ALEXIS STEPHENS | APRIL 14, 2015 (Photo by Barry Brecheisen/Invision/AP) ...

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Where the White People Live How self-segregation and concentrated affluence became normal in America Alana SemuelsApr 10 2015, 7:50 AM ET Las...

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