CLASP submitted comments to Kentucky on their section 1115 demonstration waiver proposal.
The “Simplifying Financial Aid for Students Act” would streamline the financial aid process by making it easier for more low-income students to apply—and qualify—for federal student aid.
CLASP submitted comments to CMS regarding Mississippi's Medicaid Reform Demonstration Project, 1115 Revised Waiver Demonstration Application.
Wendy Cervantes is quoted about how people could lose important health coverage and access to other basic needs if a proposed immigration rule is enacted.
Recently, CMS issued guidance detailing criteria states should consider if they want to implement proposals to take away health coverage from individuals who do not meet new work requirements. The product of a partnership between CLASP and Community Catalyst, this memo focuses on strategies to defeat state legislation on work requirements and/or prevent state Medicaid agencies or governors from drafting 1115 waivers.
Olivia Golden was quoted in this article about the Trump administration's harmful immigration proposals.
CLASP submitted comments on July 23, 2018, in response to the Department of Health and Human Services' (HHS) proposed rule to change the way that Title X programs are funded, which would negatively impact one of the ways in which low-income people access primary, family planning, mental health care.
On July 20, CLASP submitted comments to the HHS on their proposed rule to create a clearinghouse of evidence-based practices in accordance with the Family First Prevention Services Act.
CLASP submitted comments on the Healthy Michigan Plan §1115 Demonstration Waiver Extension Request Amendment.