National survey estimates show how the rule dampens immigrant families' participation in programs like Medicaid and SNAP.
Interviews with 25 adults in immigrant families reveal the unique challenges posed by fear and misinformation.
Each year, millions of American workers experience potentially work-limiting health shocks.
Without effective policies in place, raising the EEA or keeping the EEA at 62 and reducing benefits could create hardship for many older Americans.
San Diego’s workforce system can help all residents, including immigrants, move up the career ladder, earn more, and find greater economic stability for their families.
If combined with other more robust reforms, reconsideration could be a valuable step in the determination process.
A hypothetical expansion of child care subsidies could raise family incomes and reduce child poverty.
Our current child care system leaves many families unable to find or pay for high-quality child care.
More than Half a Million SNAP Recipients Could Lose Benefits over Time under Proposed Poverty Measure
The Trump administration has proposed changing how inflation is measured when setting federal poverty thresholds.