This report highlights recommendations to make substantive changes to SNAP, helping to redress the racist underpinnings of the program. These critical changes are necessary to move SNAP toward becoming an anti-racist program.
The release of 2021 poverty and health insurance coverage data from the U.S. Census Bureau demonstrates how government action in response to the pandemic stabilized households, uplifted millions of people from poverty, and brought uninsurance rates to historic lows.
Two recent surveys of low- to moderate-income parents in the continental U.S. and Puerto Rico demonstrate the importance of the Child Tax Credit (CTC), finding that the CTC is reaching a majority of families and increasing their ability to afford basic necessities.
This fact sheet summarizes some of the pervasive tactics employers use to deter union organizing or to delay workers reaching a first contract; and examines how provisions in the PRO Act can strengthen labor law and provide greater protections for workers.
Based on our conversations with stakeholders and an extensive scan of policy developments at the state and national levels, this report offers recommendations for harm reduction and systems transformation of community supervision.
CLASP submitted a public comment in support of Washington State’s request to CMS to renew the state's Section 1115 Medicaid demonstration waiver renewal request, also known as the Medicaid Transformation Project (MTP 2.0).
CLASP is in support of the Food and Nutrition Service (FNS) proposal to revise Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP) regulations that cover the collection and reporting of race and ethnicity data by State agencies on persons receiving benefits from SNAP.
This brief describes some of the critical updates the House bill makes to WIOA. It also offers CLASP's recommendations for Congress to build toward a workforce system that empowers workers and helps create broadly shared prosperity.