CLASP was quoted in The Boston Globe about new federal funding that would expand child care assistance to an additional 151,000 children nationwide.
Elizabeth Lower-Basch was quoted about health insurance under Trump Administration.
CLASP submitted comments to the South Carolina Department of Health and Human Services on their section 1115 demonstration waiver proposal.
In exactly one year, the 2020 Census will go out to households across the nation. The count records who we are as a nation, it shows how we’ve changed and helps us predict where we’re going. But the 2020 Census is under attack, and the stakes are too high for us to ignore these threats.
For Women's History Month, we're taking a look at key policies that would improve job quality for women, particularly low-income women and women of color, and result in increased workforce participation, improved financial stability, and long-term economic mobility.
CLASP strongly opposes the USDA proposed regulation to limit SNAP for adults without dependents or documented disabilities. As antipoverty experts, we believe the proposed changes will not incentivize people to seek and maintain work, and will have damaging consequences for the well-being and long-term success of struggling workers and their families.
A federal judge blocked the Trump Administration's attempt to take away health coverage from people who can't document new work reporting requirements.