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Josh Fryday
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San Francisco-Marin Food Bank May 22
TY 2 , & our friends at for a spectacular event in our warehouse. 1000s of lbs of 🍊 & 🌽 repacked for the community. Special thx for the $5k donation - enough for 10k meals.
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Josh Fryday May 21
Go . Influencing everywhere!
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Josh Fryday May 20
No leader who actually wore our nation’s uniform and served our country honorably would even contemplate this. Disgraceful.
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Josh Fryday May 19
We need National Service. Would help solve so much. Kudos to my friend for leading on this. Hope all candidates propose similar plans and call on us to serve
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CalEITC4Me May 17
The is one element of the state’s plan to end child poverty in California. wants to triple it this year.
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California Forward May 17
Every year, low-income Californians fail to claim $2B from federal, state govt that could otherwise help them afford life’s basic needs -Via 's :
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CalEITC4Me May 16
Our President explains why, for us, the fight to end poverty in California doesn't end with the tax season:
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Robert Friedman May 10
And a $50 million investment in too — the beginning of a long term effort to and open lifetime opportunity for all Thanks
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Jamie Austin May 10
One of the best poverty-fighting tools just got better. Nice work on expanding the ,
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Josh Fryday May 9
Thank you for your long term leadership on the . Exciting moment we are in to have a big impact in Millions of people’s lives!
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Josh Fryday May 9
Governor proposes to triple the . $1.2 Billion directly to working families. Wow! Let’s get it done.
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Josh Fryday May 9
Working hard with , and partners across the state to pass the Governor’s massive proposal. Will help 3 million working people and families. Let’s get it done!
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Aneesh Raman May 8
Well done bringing more attention to the . You’re not just changing the conversation. You’re changing lives.
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GO-Biz May 8
🚨MAJOR ANNOUNCEMENT🚨 & President say a new record has been set! More than 1.8M low-income workers claimed $333M through during 2019 tax season — a 42% increase. Click link for full announcement 👉
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First 5 Association May 7
CalEITC will go from $400M to $1.2 B in the May Revise for . "Arguably no greater anti-poverty measure that the EITC." says GavinNewsom .
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CalEITC4Me May 7
NEW: Statement from our Founder and President on 's revised proposal that would double the additional credit for families with children >age 6 to $1,000.
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Golden State Opportunity Apr 23
Americans age 65+ are twice as likely to be working now than in 1985: Here in CA, we are the first to extend our state EITC to older workers for this very reason.
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Golden State Opportunity Apr 22
. argues that the best way to address income inequality is through the Earned Income Tax Credit
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Sandra Lyon Apr 22
Warren Buffett identifies the 'best way' to address income inequality
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Tipping Point Apr 18
. is teaming up with CA First Partner to get the word out and ensure that low-income working people get the cost-of-living refund they deserve.
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