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Matt Vasilogambros is a staff correspondent for Next America, covering economic empowerment in a demographically changing country. He has covered Washington politics, foreign affairs, and the 2012 presidential election and other national races for the National Journal and The Hotline. He was also a contributing writer for the Almanac of American Politics. Before joining the magazine, Matt wrote for Politics Daily, The Iowa Independent and The Huffington Post, covering politics and higher education. Matt is a graduate of Drake University, where he served as an award-winning editor of the student newspaper. He is a native of Arlington Heights, Ill., and currently lives in Washington, D.C.

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White House: Close the Opportunity Gap, the Whole Country Gets Richer

If the United States closed the gap in labor force participation between White men and men of color 16 to 54, the total U.S. GDP would increase by two percent.

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Uncle Sam Still Wants You, Immigrants, Despite Army Cuts

The Army needs to fill quotas, and immigrants can gain citizenship in the process.

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On the surface, inequality is about your income. But it's also about your neighborhood.

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