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Family Income Support Team at CBPP 7h
Join us tomorrow for a and tweetstorm from 3pm-4pm ET! provides millions of families with vital food assistance every month. In 2018, SNAP lifted 3.1 million people above the SPM line according to the U.S. Census Bureau.
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Paul Van de Water 8h
Senate Republican budget plan would cut key human services programs, despite room for increases under the budget deal reached in July:
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Center on Budget 9h
The Senate majority plans to cut funding for the 2 approps bills that cover key public , , rental assistance, & other human service programs, devoting all the available funding increases & more to other areas:
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Health Affairs 10h
Data: Silver Loading Is Boosting Coverage. "The enrollment gains from silver loading also suggest that PTC increases could significantly increase enrollment and reduce uninsured rates"
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Shannon Buckingham 11h
Tennessee's new proposal would threaten access to health care for 1.2M Tennesseans, explains in must-read thread s
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Center on Budget 11h
Replying to @CenterOnBudget
In reality, the expansion is serving the people that it's supposed to serve -- low-income people who are eligible & need it. States that have adopted the expansion have seen far larger coverage grains, particularly for -low-income people who need it.
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Center on Budget 11h
Replying to @JudyCBPP
And in one of the author's, , own words: "If there's a scandal here it's that millions of low-income people in states that haven't expanded remain uninsured.
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Center on Budget 11h
THREAD: Former Trump White House health official Brian Blase claimed that large numbers of “middle-class” people are illegitimately enrolled in -- except there's no data to prove that. We wrote a whole paper showing his faulty analysis:
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Judy Solomon 11h
Replying to @JudyCBPP
If there's a scandal here it's that millions of low-income people in states that haven't expanded remain uninsured.
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Judy Solomon 11h
Opponents of expansion are claiming based on Census data that expansion is covering "middle-class" people. Our new paper explains why that's not the case and how expansion is serving the people it's supposed to serve.
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Aviva Aron-Dine Sep 17
My new blog offers new evidence that “silver loading” is boosting insurance coverage 1/
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Center on Budget Sep 17
Reminder: A new Trump administration rule will harm families and ill-serve America:
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Polly Mosendz Sep 17
NEW: We spent six months investigating the short term insurance market, which isn't ACA compliant and has seen exponential growth under Trump. We found boiler rooms, shady brokers, and one family with a quarter million dollars in medical debt.
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TalkPoverty.org Sep 16
Think taking food away from 3.1 million people who are already struggling to get by is cruel and shameful? Join us, our partners at , , , and activists from coast-to-coast this Thursday to tell Trump and his cronies: .
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Center on Budget Sep 17
To clarify, this is in and remains a .
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Center on Budget Sep 17
Important story in showing how skimpy health insurance plans that have flooded the market under the Trump administration hurt people: has written about what some states have done to protect residents:
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Center on Budget Sep 17
from our own in : Data shows that silver loading is boosting insurance coverage:
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CFPA Sep 16
THIS THURSDAY - Join the opposition! tweet storm 9/19 at 12pm PT. Join advocates across the nation in raising our voices to oppose the USDA's harmful SNAP proposal. Comments due September 23rd!
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Family Income Support Team at CBPP Sep 13
What We’re Reading: The ’s @TrisDanilo describes the & how anti-poverty programs like & the EITC kept millions of people from facing in 2018. Read more:
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Off-Kilter Podcast Sep 12
New pod! 🔊 This week: sits down with of to unpack the on poverty, income & health insurance PLUS: ’s on why the next recession will be far more painful than it needs to be
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