President Trump’s end run around Congress would take nutrition assistance away from at least 755,000 people.
There is no room for cuts to SNAP, but President Trump wants to slash benefits anyway—raise your voice to fight back.
The Trump administration is trying to take food assistance away from 755,000 Americans struggling to find steady work.
The Trump administration’s proposed rulemaking to cut nutrition assistance would not only hurt struggling workers but would also hurt the American economy.
Trump’s morally bankrupt budget betrays the “forgotten men and women” he pledged to fight for, seeking to pay for his $2 trillion tax giveaway with massive cuts to programs on which everyday Americans rely.
Policymakers and economists must consider the challenges of disabled workers and other populations who face high labor market barriers when evaluating the health of the labor market and implementing policies that affect it.
Puerto Rican families continue to suffer from unemployment and food insecurity following hurricanes Irma and Maria. They deserve to be able to put food on the table for their families, and Congress should address this much-needed funding now.
Lifting the outdated payroll tax cap would counteract the toll inequality has taken on Social Security’s finances and ensure the wealthy pay their fair share.
America’s lowest-paid workers have taken an effective pay cut of $13,330 since Congress last raised the minimum wage.
President Donald Trump’s shutdown is more than a debate around a wall: It is about the low-income, disabled, and indigenous peoples at and within our borders whose lives and economic security he is willfully endangering for political gain.
In 2018, Congress passed the United States’ largest ever increase of the Child Care and Development Block Grant, giving states across the nation more than $2 billion additional each year to invest in child care.
With 36 new or re-elected governors taking office in 2019, there is an opportunity to make progress on early childhood education issues to improve the lives of millions of children and families across the United States.
President Trump’s proposed LPC test, despite claims to the contrary, would apply to millions of people each year—and most of those who would be denied green cards or other visas will never have received public benefits in the United States.
Implementing public policies to reduce obesity may help prevent chronic disease and increase life expectancy, particularly for low-income individuals.
Understanding the relationship between homelessness and mental health disabilities is key to preventing and ending homelessness for people with mental illness, particularly as housing costs continue to rise.