Immigrants today face many obstacles to obtaining education, fair working conditions and basic privileges. These policy changes could help lessen the struggles they face. Download the report.
Personal stories of how Medicaid has improved the lives of low-income families and what should be done to protect and improve Medicaid. Download the report.
Washington families are going hungry due to inadequate food stamp benefits and overly restrictive eligibility rules. This report describes how Washington can improve its Food Stamp Program.
Seniors in Oregon are disproportionately affected by increasing drug prices. The state can take steps to make prescription drug prices more affordable. Download the report.
Idaho implemented major cuts to CHIP in an effort to decrease costs, leaving many children ineligible for health care coverage. This report explores why those cuts were unnecessary and why they must be reversed.
For-profit nursing homes are making a profit by spending less than their allotted funds on elder care. Nursing homes should be accountable to providing quality care instead of profiting from public funds. Download the report.
Washington’s state budget is increasingly burdened by rising prescription drug costs. The creation of a regional state buying pool can help alleviate the current strain. Download the report.
Idaho’s state budget is increasingly burdened by rising prescription drug costs, but changes can be made to save millions of dollars. Download the report.
The rising price of licenses has made many rural Idaho families unable to afford the cost of hunting and fishing – a historical source of their food supply. Creating a low-cost hunting and fishing package for low-income families will help ensure they can put food on their table. Download the report.
As health care costs rise, CHIP continues to be successful and cost effective. This report explains how Idaho can continue to insure children and access more federal dollars.