This paper provides an overview of how history and the response to the opioid overdose epidemic play a part in widening health inequities, and what we need to do.
CLASP wrote comments on the Illinois 1115 continuity of care and administrative simplification waiver demonstration.
Recently, I achieved one of the biggest accomplishments of my life so far: I bought my first home. Buying a house is the American dream; however, every American hasn’t been able to partake.
This budget would undermine economic security for students & workers by slashing, cutting, and/or eliminating student aid & workforce development programs.
Statement from Hannah Matthews about President Trump's budget proposal.
Elizabeth Lower-Basch was quoted about in this article that fact checks Trump's claim in the State of the Union that 10 million people were lifted "off of welfare."
Pronita Gupta was quoted about the consequences the Advancing Support for Working Families Act would have on parents in low wage jobs.
"As Madison Allen, senior policy attorney at the Center for Law and Social Policy, explained, the rule negatively weighs on immigrants who are younger than 18 and older than 61 years."
CLASP wrote comments on Georgia's “Pathways to Coverage” section 1115 demonstration waiver application.
This profile provides an overview of several key policy areas—including home visiting, child care assistance, minimum wage, and cash assistance—that would be particularly impactful for families with infants and toddlers in New Mexico.