Audio Conference: Poverty Impact Projections: What Are They and How They Can Make a Difference
September 16, 2011
Join CLASP-managed Spotlight on Poverty and Opportunity for the audio conference, Poverty Impact Projections: What Are They and How They Can Make a Difference, Sept. 16, 2011 from 12:30 - 1:30 p.m. ET. The audio conference will feature a state advocate describing how poverty percentages matter, a state legislator telling why he wants a poverty impact projection attached to bills, and researchers to discuss how states can tailor analysis to their own policies and programs designed to decrease poverty.
- Jodie Levin-Epstein, Deputy Director at CLASP
- John Kefalas, Representative in the Colorado Legislature
- Brian Rusche, Executive Director of Minnesota Joint Religious Legislative Coalition
- Linda Giannarelli, Senior Research Associate at the Urban Institute