The debt limit deal will make it harder for low-income families and communities of color to prosper, write Melissa Boteach and Desmond Brown.
El acuerdo del límite de la deuda hará más difícil que familias de bajos ingresos y comunidades de color prosperen, escribe Melissa Boteach y Desmond Brown.
Melissa Boteach and Donna Cooper skewer the conservative think tank’s ridiculous ideas about what low-income Americans spend the bulk of their money on.
Video Alex Trice and Melissa Boteach explain why it’s absurd to cut critical services such as the Women, Infants, and Children nutrition program while leaving millionaire tax cuts untouched.
Scott Lilly, Melissa Boteach, and Katie Wright explore the ugly ramifications of the House Republican plan to make the states and the middle class pay for Medicaid cuts.
An infographic from Melissa Boteach shows that one day’s worth of millionaire tax cuts could spare low-income seniors and local food banks from drastic cuts.
An infographic from Melissa Boteach shows that conservatives are choosing one week’s worth of tax cuts for millionaires over nutrition assistance for families that need it.
Melissa Boteach and Seth Hanlon detail the links between extending the Bush tax cuts for millionaires last year and House Republicans’ vote to slash nutrition and food assistance to the neediest among us.
Los irresponsables recortes al presupuesto propuestos por los Conservadores en la Cámara perjudicarían la recuperación económica y empeorarían la pobreza e inequidad, escribe Melissa Boteach.
Leticia Miranda, Melissa Boteach, and Katie Wright outline how to fight rising Latino child poverty.
Melissa Boteach argues that Congress should find a different way to pay for the new child nutrition bill.
Los números del Censo publicados ayer reflejan un gran número de personas que viven en la pobreza, escribe Melissa Boteach. El Congreso debe abordar este problema.
Report The Census Bureau release of 2009 income, poverty, and health insurance shows that more families have lost health insurance coverage and have fallen into poverty.
Today’s census numbers show the largest number of people in poverty on record, writes Melissa Boteach. Congress needs to address this problem.