- May 21, 2015 | Business Insider People are outraged about a Kansas law critics call a ‘tax on the poor’ Elizabeth Lower-Basch is quoted in this article on Kansas welfare law.
- May 20, 2015 | Slate Bernie Sanders Wants to Make College Tuition Free. Here’s Why We Should Take Him Seriously. A CLASP report on higher education tax reform is cited in this article on reducing college tuition.
- May 15, 2015 | The New Republic Child Care Isn't Just a Personal Problem. It's an Economic One, Too. Hannah Matthews is quoted in this article on subsidizing day care for millions of American families.
- May 12, 2015 New Tool for Employers Calculates the Full Cost of Employee Turnover To help business owners understand the cost of turnover, the Center for Law and Social Policy (CLASP) and Center for Economic and Policy Research (CEPR) have released an updated turnover calculator.
- Apr 09, 2015 Report: Family Caregivers Who Lose Jobs Due to Care Responsibilities Often Don’t Receive Jobless Aid 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 18, 2015 Family and Medical Leave Insurance Legislation Introduced in Congress
- Feb 12, 2015 On the Heels of State and Local Earned Sick Days Wins, Federal Bill is Re-Introduced Today, Members of Congress answered President Obama’s call for “a bill that gives every worker in America the opportunity to earn seven days of paid sick leave.”
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