Statement from Wendy Cervantes on the reportedly immiment raids on immigrant families.
CLASP was mentioned in this article after having signed on for the new Marijuana Justice Coalition.
More than 300 national, state, and local organizations signed a letter expressing strong support for the Protecting Sensitive Locations Act of 2019.
This report explains how students with low incomes can access public benefits and how states can better support them.
Rebecca Ullrich was quoted about the recent shifts in immigration policy which have posed threats to immigrant children and their families.
CLASP submitted comments opposing HUD’s proposed changes to “verification of eligible status,” which would directly undermine immigrant families in low-income households, including U.S. citizen children.
CLASP was quoted in this article about child care assistance eligibiility.
CLASP submitted the following comments on Utah's section 1115 demonstration application: per capita cap.
On October 10, the U.S. Department of Homeland Security posted a proposed public charge regulation in the federal register, asking the public to submit comments by December 10, 2018, before it becomes final. The proposal weighs a range of factors in deciding whether a person is likely to use certain public benefits in the future and would make it much more difficult for low and moderate income immigrants to get a green card, extend or change their temporary status in the US.
This document is a running summary of demographic and economic research estimating the impact of the proposed public charge rule.
This guide will help labor standards enforcement agencies incorporate principles of strategic enforcement into their negotiation and settlement practices.