Statement from Olivia Golden about how Medicaid block grants would harm people with low incomes and states.
CLASP submitted the following comments in opposition to the Social Security Administration’s proposal to increase the frequency with which people who have been determined eligible for disability benefits must submit paperwork to prove their continuing disability.
Access to SNAP promotes food security, improves wellbeing, and reduces poverty. And today’s college students require greater support, given the numerous difficulties they encounter including food insecurity. SNAP can do much to alleviate the challenges food insecurity may cause, though few students receive SNAP in spite of need. This brief on frequently asked questions on SNAP and students seeks to add clarity to the issue.
Olivia Golden was quoted about the harm the recent public charge regulation will have on immigrant children and families.
This brief summarizes the lessons learned from a two-year technical assistance initiative and provides a framework to help guide state leaders trying to implement two-generation policy and systems reform strategies.
Olivia Golden was quoted about the fear immigrants have due to the recent public charge regulations.
The Supreme Court temporarily lifted nationwide court orders blocking implementation of the public charge regulation, which threatens the health, nutrition & housing of families.
This document by Lauren Walizer discusses a range of policy and practice options that states can undertake to increase college student access to public benefits. It is intended to stimulate state discussion, research, planning, partnership building, and action.