Washington Times quotes Senior Fellow Kate Rabinowitz on Health Wealth Gap

May 04, 2017
  • D.C. Policy Center
Featured Image
Photo/Ted Eytan. Used with permission.

On May 3rd, The Washington Times quoted Senior Fellow Kate Rabinowitz’s piece on “The Health Wealth Gap in D.C.” in a piece called “D.C.’s poorest residents more likely to have health issues, says new report

“Looking at this more-detailed view of health across income groups makes clear the wealth gap that exists at nearly every stage of wellness,” data analyst Kate Rabinowitz says in a new paper released Tuesday by the D.C. Policy Center.”

You can read the full article at The Washington Times.

Author

D.C. Policy Center


Established in 2016, the D.C. Policy Center is a non-partisan research and policy organization committed to advancing policies for a strong and vibrant economy in the District of Columbia. Through rigorous research and collaboration, the D.C. Policy Center develops and tests policy ideas, disseminates its findings, and engages in constructive dialogue and debate.

For more information, please see our About page.