Hannah Matthews was on a live call-in show about the importance of child care to the healthy development of children and the economic security of their families.
Pronita Gupta submitted this testimony to the U.S. House of Representatives Committee on Ways and Means as part of a hearing titled “Paid Family and Medical Leave: Helping Workers and Employers Succeed.”
State policy choices on how to fund postsecondary institutions—through the specific use of outcomes-based funding (OBF)—can either help or hinder efforts to address inequities that affect so many students and our nation.
This article quoted Pronita Gupta, who testified at a House Ways and Means Committee hearing that focused on paid family leave in May 2019.
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.
According to Reuters, the Trump Administration is preparing regulations allowing the government to deport lawful permanent residents and other immigrants who use public programs.
Carrie Welton was featured in this article about a community meeting about the impact of food insecurity on college students that was held at Delgado Community College in New Orleans.
A CLASP blog, "How Community Colleges Can Meet Students’ Basic Needs," was featured in a daily roundup.