CLASP wrote comments on Nebraska's Medicaid Section 1115 Heritage Health Adult Expansion demonstration.
Olivia Golden reflects on CLASP's work over the last decade and looks ahead to how the organization will continue its efforts for economic and racial justice in the 2020s.
In the final FY2020 Appropriations Bill, Congress increased by $550 million its investment in the Child Care and Development Block Grant (CCDBG), the largest source of federal funding for child care.
Across the country, governors and other state officials understand the vital role college plays in workforce preparation to increase the competitiveness of their state economies.
CLASP was cited in this article about SNAP and food insecurity on college campuses.
Olivia Golden was quoted about the impact of the Trump administration reducing the number of people getting food assistance under SNAP.
"Madison Allen, who works for the Center for Law and Social Policy, a non-partisan nonprofit, said one way communities can mitigate the effects of public charge is to make people better informed about what will and won’t affect them."
CLASP submitted these comments on December 23, 2019 to U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services in the Department of Homeland Security in opposition to provisions of the published fee schedule that make immigration benefits less accessible to immigrants with low incomes or other vulnerable immigrants.