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  • In Case You Missed It…

    19 janvier 2018, par teddy.lederer
    This week at CBPP, we focused on health, food assistance, the federal budget and taxes, state budgets and taxes, housing, and the economy.
  • Medicaid Works for Seniors

    19 janvier 2018, par cbpp_admin
    Medicaid provides essential care for 7 million seniors. Medicaid covers nursing home care and other long-term services and supports, as well as other medical care and supportive services that Medicare doesn’t cover, which help many low-income seniors and people with disabilities stay independent (...)
  • Medicaid Works for Children

    19 janvier 2018, par cbpp_admin
  • Medicaid Works for People with Substance Use Disorders

    19 janvier 2018, par cbpp_admin
    Medicaid provides access to critical treatment for people with substance use disorders (SUDs) and supports the providers offering this essential care. Nearly 12 percent of adults enrolled in Medicaid have a SUD.
  • Medicaid Works for People in Rural Communities

    19 janvier 2018, par cbpp_admin
    Medicaid provides essential health coverage for millions in rural communities, giving them access to primary care and critical health services. Many of them, including children, would otherwise be uninsured. Forty-five percent of children in rural areas are enrolled in Medicaid or Children’s (...)
  • DACA Relief Can’t Wait Until March 5

    17 janvier 2018, par teddy.lederer
    There’s a widespread misunderstanding about when President Trump’s withdrawal of DACA status for young immigrants will put them at risk of deportation. Even some key policymakers assume that nothing bad will happen until March 5, and, thus, there’s no pressing need for policymakers to act before (...)
  • States Need Comprehensive Response to New Federal Tax Law

    17 janvier 2018, par nick.kasprak
    Many state policymakers are justifiably concerned that the new tax law’s cap on the federal deduction for state and local taxes (SALT) will make it harder for them to invest in schools, roads, and other building blocks of strong state economies. Some are exploring ways to restructure their tax (...)
  • Strengthening Federal Rental Aid Should Be 2018 Budget Priority

    17 janvier 2018, par nick.kasprak
    Lawmakers are continuing to negotiate a two-year deal to raise federal spending caps, setting the stage for 2018 funding legislation that would include the Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD). In such legislation, Congress should include the funds to strengthen HUD’s rental (...)
  • Congress Shouldn’t Suspend Health-Related Taxes

    17 janvier 2018, par teddy.lederer
    The four-week federal funding bill that the House will consider tomorrow would temporarily suspend or delay three health-related taxes: the 2.3 percent excise tax on medical devices, the fee on health insurance providers (also known as the health insurance tax), and the excise tax on high-cost (...)
  • SNAP Associated With Better Health, Reduced Health Care Costs

    16 janvier 2018, par teddy.lederer
    SNAP (formerly food stamps) is associated with better health and lower health care costs, according to a growing body of evidence that we summarize in a new paper. As Congress and the White House prepare to reauthorize SNAP in this year’s farm bill, it’s a useful time to assess the program’s (...)

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