Pronita Gupta was quoted: "The paid-leave requirement expires on December 31; CLASP argues it should be extended and expanded to cover workers not currently included."
In response to the Education Department's interim final rule precluding DACA, TPS, and DED recipients and undocumented students from CARES ACT funding, CLASP submitted comments opposing it in its entirety and urging the department to promptly withdraw it.
As COVID-19 continues to spread throughout the country, a hunger crisis is also growing as a result of the pandemic. The situation is likely to get worse for many households and families as key supports come to an end unless Congress acts to pass another relief package.
CLASP's report on the effects of worksite raids was featured in this Univision video segment and article.
In this blog, Molly Bashay reflects on the legacy of the Americans with Disabilities Act 30 years later and the remaining work needed to ensure people with disabilities have what they need to lead healthy, independent, and prosperous.
The Trump Administration’s attacks on immigrant families have been far-reaching, from limiting access to critical health care and nutrition programs to increased immigration enforcement that separates families.
A new CLASP report on how last August's worksite raids still have an effect on immigrant families today was cited in this article.
Wendy Cervantes was quoted about a new CLASP report on how last August's worksite raids still have an effect on immigrant families today.
A new CLASP report on how last August's worksite raids, particularly in Ohio, still have an effect on immigrant families today was cited in this article.