Elevating the Medicaid Enrollment Experience (EMEE) Read More

Elevating the Medicaid Enrollment Experience (EMEE)
Best Practices for Local and State Prioritization of American Rescue Plan Act Funds Read More

Best Practices for Local and State Prioritization of American Rescue Plan Act Funds
Pay More, Get Less: The West Virginia FY 2022 Budget Proposal Read More

Pay More, Get Less: The West Virginia FY 2022 Budget Proposal
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The State of Reentry and Barriers for Returning Citizens in West Virginia

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Proposed Tax Increases in the American Families Plan Would Affect Only 0.1 Percent of West Virginians

Last month, President Biden announced the American Families Plan (AFP) proposal, featuring major investments in K-12 education, child care, higher education, health care, and paid leave, as well as extended tax cuts for families and workers with children. The AFP also includes revenue-raising proposals that would affect only very high-income taxpayers. And while the benefits […]

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Economy
Kelly Allen: WV Delegation Should Support Tax on Wealthy (Opinion)

Charleston Gazette-Mail – West Virginia’s bridges, dams, drinking water, roads and wastewater have received a D grade from the American Society of Civil Engineers, and 24% of the state’s residents live in a broadband desert. Furthermore, 54% live in a child care desert and 19% of children in the state live in poverty. Read the […]

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New Research Confirms SNAP Time Limits Fail to Spur Employment, Result in Large Benefit Losses

The Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP) provides crucial nutrition assistance to low-income individuals and households whose incomes are at or below 130 percent of the Federal Poverty Level ($16,744/annually for an individual and $28,548/annually for a household of three). Along with unemployment insurance, SNAP is the most responsive aid program providing assistance during economic downturns. […]

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