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Ensuring Opportunity
The Ensuring Opportunity Campaign is a collaborative effort to end poverty in Contra Costa County by addressing structural causes at the policy level.
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NPH Dec 5
Read about Silicon Valley Community Foundation's conversation starter and what , News Editorial Page Editor, heard from the discussions, ideas and personal stories
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Budget Center Dec 6
CA is projected to run out of funds by end of January 2018, according to . See how CHIP is a lifeline for many CA kids, via :
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Rise Together Dec 5
Take Advantage of the Team Discount. Secure Your Spot in the 2018 Leadership for Equity & Opportunity Today!
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Town Hall Project Dec 4
HAPPENING NOW at the Capitol: Dreamers share their stories in an effort to urge Congress to pass a bipartisan :
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Budget Center Dec 1
The number of households facing tax increases under the Senate GOP plan rises sharply over time. Fact via :
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Center on Budget Dec 1
See for yourself how the is catered towards the wealthy and not the middle-class:
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Center on Budget Nov 30
The gets worse every single year. By 2027, 87 million families making less than $200k per year will see higher taxes & 94 million over all. That's more than half of all households across the country:
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Ensuring Opportunity Nov 29
Editorial: Children’s health care could blow hole in California’s budget via
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TalkPoverty.org Nov 28
has turned the tax fight into the health care fight. Use to let your representative know where you stand.
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Ensuring Opportunity Nov 28
High-End Set Stage for Large Cuts:
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Center on Budget Nov 27
How much of a tax cut would the top 1% get in your state under the ? And what type of tax increase would the bottom 80% see? You might be surprised:
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Children Now Nov 22
Nearly 5.8 mil California kids rely on and b/c of the . We need Congress to !
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John Gioia Nov 21
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TalkPoverty.org Nov 21
How can the Senate GOP tax plan be good for working and middle class families when it threatens access to affordable healthcare? Visit to speak out
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Ensuring Opportunity Nov 21
"An investment in our is an investment in all of us." Hear Marcus' story:
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Ensuring Opportunity Nov 21
In CA, 5.6 million households earning under $186,900 (bottom 80%) will receive a tax increase, while the top 1% will receive an average tax cut of $14,370.
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Rise Together Nov 20
Meet Dr. Monica Sharma, facilitator of Leadership for Equity & Opportunity (LEO) describing the uniqueness of LEO program and how system leaders create sustainable changes. Join other Bay Area game-changers in our 2018 cohort starting in January!
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Center on Budget Nov 20
Who is the helping? By 2027, every income group below $75,000 would face tax increases, while every one at the top would still get large tax cuts:
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Ensuring Opportunity Nov 17
Check out this short explainer video on . Pushed Out: Displacement Today and Lasting Impacts, via
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CHC Nov 17
Excellent explanation from of what plan means for , schools & hospitals. Plan would "kill one of the biggest funding sources for affordable housing projects"
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