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  • Housing Work Requirements Would Harm Families, Including Many Workers

    22 février 2018, par teddy.lederer
    A Trump Administration plan to allow work requirements in federal rental assistance would put low-income people, including many who now work, at risk of hardship, while doing little to support work.
  • Tobacco Surcharge in Indiana’s Medicaid Waiver Won’t Likely Help Smokers Quit

    21 février 2018, par teddy.lederer
    When it recently extended Indiana’s Medicaid waiver for three years, the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) let the state raise monthly premiums for Medicaid enrollees who smoke. Indiana claims this policy will test whether a premium surcharge will convince smokers to quit, but (...)
  • Locking People Out of Medicaid Coverage Will Increase Uninsured, Harm Beneficiaries’ Health

    21 février 2018, par teddy.lederer
    State and federal policymakers have tried for several decades to make it easier for people to demonstrate their Medicaid eligibility by streamlining enrollment processes and limiting unnecessary requests for documents to verify eligibility. Kentucky's new Medicaid waiver and the extension of (...)
  • Trump Budget Would Hurt Older Americans

    21 février 2018, par teddy.lederer
    President Trump’s 2019 budget wouldn’t just hurt people with disabilities, as we’ve explained, but older Americans as well. While running for President, President Trump repeatedly promised not to cut Social Security, Medicare, or Medicaid, which serve tens of millions of (...)
  • President’s Budget Would Hurt People with Disabilities

    21 février 2018, par teddy.lederer
    President Trump’s 2019 budget would make it harder for millions of people with disabilities to afford the basics — food on the table, a roof over their heads, and access to health care — by cutting $72 billion over ten years from disability programs, including Social Security Disability Insurance (...)
  • The 2019 Trump Budget : Hurts Struggling Families, Shortchanges National Needs

    20 février 2018, par teddy.lederer
    Less than two months after signing massive tax cuts that largely benefit those at the top of the economic ladder, President Trump has put forward a 2019 budget that would slash programs that provide basic assistance for many Americans of modest means and promote opportunity and upward mobility. (...)
  • How Medicaid Work Requirements Will Harm Older Americans

    20 février 2018, par teddy.lederer
    More than 8.5 million Americans age 50-64 get health coverage through Medicaid. Many of them became eligible due to the Affordable Care Act’s (ACA) expansion of Medicaid to more low-income adults, which helped drive a nearly 40 percent decline in uninsured rates for lower-income people age 50-64 (...)
  • Trump Proposal Expanding Short-Term Health Plans Would Harm Consumers

    20 février 2018, par teddy.lederer
    The Trump Administration proposed rules today to expand the use of short-term health plans as an alternative to plans that meet more stringent standards. This would let a parallel market for skimpy plans operate alongside the market for comprehensive individual health insurance, exposing (...)
  • Roundup : Funding Priorities in Wake of Bipartisan Budget Deal

    20 février 2018, par teddy.lederer
    Below are CBPP’s blog posts on some of the areas that policymakers should prioritize for the extra funding that the recent increase in non-defense discretionary funding will provide this year and next.
  • In Case You Missed It…

    16 février 2018, par teddy.lederer
    This week at CBPP, we focused on the federal budget, state budgets and taxes, Social Security, food assistance, federal taxes, housing, health, poverty and inequality, and family income support.

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