Category: Congress

Not Out of the Woods Yet: State Waivers Threaten Medicaid Expansion

This blog is written in collaboration with Families USA. One of the most important provisions of the Affordable Care Act (ACA) is the expansion of health coverage to low-income individuals and families through Medicaid. The ACA extends Medicaid eligibility to childless adults with incomes at or below 138% of the federal poverty level. This helps […]

Together, We Can Send Congress a Powerful Message

Last week, the Alliance outlined our ambitious plan for the fall to grab the attention of Congress and send them a powerful message: we can end homelessness, but they need to make funding it a priority. We’ve already had a great response from you all, with hundreds of messages sent to Congress in the first […]

The Alliance On the Hill for the Rest of 2017

The Alliance has an aggressive plan for its work with the U.S. Congress through the end of the year.  We want to let you know where we’re focusing our efforts, and how you can help. Our Top Priority The Alliance’s first priority is HUD’s Homeless Assistance account, which includes funding for the Continuum of Care, […]

They’ve Heard From Us. Now, Make Sure They Hear From You

This week, the Alliance hosted a Congressional briefing to highlight the incredible progress towards ending homelessness across the country. House and Senate staffers heard from Alliance partners about their successes to date, and their needs to keep the progress moving forward. Now Congress needs to hear your voice too, especially as the Senate is once […]

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