Christine Johnson-Staub was quoted about the challenges that families with low incomes face in affording child care.
"The Center for Law and Social Policy, a nonprofit that advocates policies for low-income people, last year analyzed the effect of the new federal funding and said it would expand child care assistance to an additional 151,000 children nationwide."
CLASP's 50th Anniversary event "A Conversation on Youth Economic Mobility, Equity, and Justice," which took place in Atlanta, was featured in this article.
CLASP's Behind the Asterisk* report was featured on Youth Today.
Kisha Bird was interviewed on a radio show segment about the the school to prison pipeline and the struggles for justice and equality for the young people in their communities.
DHS has proposed creating an online form where the general public can submit unsubstantiated reports of fraud about individual immigrants. CLASP submitted the attached comments in opposition to the proposal on April 11, 2019.
The Working Families Tax Relief Act strengthens the EITC and CTC, recognizing the importance of tax policy in promoting economic mobility. If enacted, the Act’s changes would raise the incomes of 46 million households.