All Featured Highlights: Work Supports
- Feb 21, 2017 GOP Proposal: Dismantle Medicaid and Gut the ACA, Leaving Hard-Working Americans without Coverage
- Feb 21, 2017 Medicaid Financing: Dangers of Block Grants and Per Capita Caps
- Dec 08, 2016 | Carrie Welton Report: States Have Flexibility Needed to Improve Efficiency, Access to Work Supports
- Apr 04, 2016 | Cemeré James Work Support Strategies Initiative: 12 Lessons on Program Integration and Innovation
- Dec 15, 2015 | Amy Ellen Duke-Benfield Bolstering Non-Traditional Student Success: A Comprehensive Student Aid System Using Financial Aid, Public Benefits, and Refundable Tax Credits
- Dec 08, 2016 | Suzanne Wikle The Disastrous Consequences of “Repeal without Replace” of the Affordable Care Act: Millions of Americans Would Lose Insurance, Access to Health and Mental Health Treatment
- May 16, 2016 | Elizabeth Lower-Basch Fighting Child Poverty through Child Support Enforcement
- Sep 10, 2015 Work Support Strategies Forum: Next Steps in Health and Human Services Integration after King v. Burwell
- Jul 17, 2015 | Elizabeth Lower-Basch Comments on Discussion Draft of TANF Reauthorization Bill
- Jun 25, 2015 | Olivia Golden Testimony by Olivia Golden on Work Incentives and the Safety Net Olivia Golden testified at the Joint Hearing of the House Committee on Ways and Means, Human Resources Subcommittee and the House Committee on Agriculture, Nutrition Subcommittee on the relationship between safety net programs and the incentive to work.
- Jun 16, 2015 | Elizabeth Lower-Basch TANF 101: Policy Briefs on Temporary Assistance for Needy Families
- Feb 09, 2015 | Helly Lee WIOA: What Human Service Agencies and Advocates Need to Know
- Mar 20, 2015 | Randi Hall and Helly Lee FNS Announces SNAP E&T Pilots in Ten States Today, the U.S. Department of Agriculture’s (USDA) Food Nutrition Service (FNS) announced the ten states selected for funding. The selected pilots include a mix of mandatory and voluntary E&T programs, many of which also include career pathway models.
- Apr 09, 2015 | AARP Public Policy Institute, CLASP, and NELP Access to Unemployment Insurance Benefits for Family Caregivers: An Analysis of State Rules and Practices Workers who lose their jobs due to caring for older, sick, or disabled family members are unlikely to receive unemployment insurance (UI) benefits. This is the case despite provisions in some states’ UI rules that are intended to address such situations.
Mar 06, 2015
Proposed Arizona Budget Widens Gap to Economic Security for Low-Income Families
State lawmakers in Arizona are working furiously on a FY16 budget deal designed to reduce the state’s deficit. Unfortunately, Governor Doug Ducey and Republican leadership in Arizona’s House and Senate plan to achieve these cuts by slashing funds for programs that support low-income children, families, and individuals in seeking economic security.
- Sep 16, 2014 | CLASP Poverty Fell in 2013; Children and Young Adults Still Face the Greatest Risks CLASP examines the trends revealed in the Census Bureau's 2013 poverty data, including a decline in poverty among young children.
- Sep 16, 2014 | Helly Lee and Andrea Barnes EITC Expansion Proposals: What’s at Stake for Young Workers
- Aug 08, 2014 | Elizabeth Lower-Basch How Today’s Safety Net Promotes Work – And How To Do More A brief summarizing recent facts and trends and highlights the need to preserve and build on the last two decades of improvements in the core safety net programs that enable them to support work.
- Aug 08, 2014 | Olivia Golden Untangling the Safety Net without Block Grants or Waivers: How States Integrate Programs to Benefit Families The Work Supports Strategies debunks many myths about how to deliver the safety net programs and provides lessons about what kind of change is needed.
- Sep 02, 2014 | Elizabeth Lower-Basch and Helly Lee SNAP E&T Pilots - September 2014 Update An update of innovative SNAP Employment & Training (E&T) strategies in up to 10 states designed to help SNAP recipients get into the workforce, increase their earnings, and ultimately reduce their SNAP participation.