The U.S. Supreme Court decided last month to delay hearing a case regarding the reinstatement of immigration enforcement priorities released last year by the U.S. Department of Homeland Security (DHS).
President Biden's “Executive Order on Advancing Effective, Accountable Policing, and Criminal Justice Practices to Enhance Public Trust and Public Safety" contains several ideas that would exacerbate the criminal legal system’s harmful consequences for Black and brown communities.
Food insecurity has adverse, long-term effects on children, impacting them in adulthood. The improved Child Nutrition Reauthorization bill takes a critical step to creating a solid foundation that allows students to flourish and grow.
Research shows that internships allow people to explore different careers, gain valuable work experience, and network with professionals in various fields. Youth are the future leaders of tomorrow. Let’s invest in them today.
If you were claimed as a dependent in 2020, but not in 2021, you can be eligible for the third stimulus payment—even if someone received a payment on your behalf. Read on for a breakdown of some of the basic rules you need to know.
A new paper details the racist roots of administrative burdens in Medicaid, describes how these burdens continue to harm eligible people – particularly people of color—and provides specific recommendations for states to reduce administrative burden as a key strategy for advancing racial equity in Medicaid.
There have been increasing reports across different states of people who use EBT cards falling victim to card ‘skimming’ schemes, which is detrimental for people receiving SNAP and TANF who are living in poverty. CLASP recommends actions for state agencies.