Any discussion about strengthening Medicaid should build on this current successful foundation rather than threatening states' financial stability—and patients' health and well-being—with drastic changes to the program's financing and structure.
CLASP estimates that a $5 billion increase in FY2021 will enable states to provide child care assistance to as many as 646,000 more children. This factsheet estimates how a $5 billion in FY2021 could be allocated among the states and how many additional children each state…
On December 2, 2019 CLASP submitted these comments to the Administration for Children and Families (ACF) in response to a request for information about increasing access to affordable, high-quality child care.
The House and Senate have proposed investing dramatically different amounts into the Child Care and Development Block Grant (CCDBG). This factsheet is our state-by-state analysis of the number of children served by these starkly different CCDBG investments.