Working families in Montana cannot afford health insurance, but a new federal opportunity allows Montana to create an affordable insurance program at minimal cost.
Idaho’s low-income families with a disabled member receiving SSI cannot access welfare. This report explains why Idaho should work to bring families of disabled people out of poverty.
The Arkansas enrollment process for the ARKids health insurance program prevents children from accessing the health care they need. New policies can improve eligibility.
South Carolina’s Food Stamp Program fails to provide access to food, but changing eligibility will allow families to get the food they need.
Working, poor families in Idaho struggle to get child care assistance through the Idaho Child Care Program (ICCP). Idaho can improve access and increase eligibility.
Families across the nation face barriers trying to access Food Stamps, Medicaid, CHIP and child care. Congress can take steps to ensure access to these important safety-net programs.
State enrollment process prevents children from accessing CHIP and Medicaid. This report discusses how Montana can provide greater health insurance coverage to children.
Oregon’s low-income families struggle to access Food Stamps. This report explains how the state can do to improve their Food Stamp Program.
Idaho’s non-profit hospitals are pushing families into debt and even bankruptcy while holding millions of dollars in profits. Some hospitals have converted to for-profit and have pocketed millions of community asset dollars. Idaho should take steps to ensure affordable care and protect their community assets.
Idaho discriminates against agricultural workers from being eligible for the state’s minimum wage, resulting in poverty wages. This report calls on state legislature to ensure farmworkers get paid.