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Research Findings Show 18- to 49-Year Old Food Stamp Recipients Are Disadvantaged and Can Face Major Difficulties in the Job Market
Stacy Dean
12/29/99
34K-HTML, 51K-PDF

Checklist For Identifying Quality Work Sites For Public Job Creation Programs
Clifford Johnson
12/23/99
22K

Changes Since 1995 in the Safety Net's Impact on Child Poverty
Kathy Porter and Wendell Primus
12/23/99
12K-pr, 16K-summary, 330K-report

Federal Funding Sources for Job Creation Initiatives
Cliff Johnson and Steve Savner (CLASP)
12/21/99
46K

Should the Internet Remain a Sales Tax Haven?
Michael Mazerov
Revised 12/23/99
29K, 8pp

Assuring That Child Health Applications Do Not Deter Enrollment Among Eligible Children in Noncitizen Families
Michelle Cochran and Cindy Mann
12/15/99
12K

Steps States Can Take to Facilitate Medicaid Enrollment of Children
Donna Cohen Ross
12/6/99
135K

Congress Lifts the Sunset on the "$500 Million Fund" Extends Opportunities for States to Ensure Parents and Children Do Not Lose Health Coverage
Donna Cohen Ross and Jocelyn Guyer
12/1/99
97K, 10pp

How Early Childhood Programs Can Link Children to Free and Low-Cost Health Insurance Programs
Donna Cohen Ross
Revised 12/1/99
20K , 6pp

Proposed Changes in The Official Measure of Poverty
Kathryn Porter
11/15/99
11K, 4pp

Nickles Minimum Wage Bill Includes Costly Tax Cuts That Could Harm Lower-Wage Workers
Iris J. Lav
11/8/99
26K, 8pp

How Schools Can Help Link Children to Free and Low-Cost Health Insurance Programs
Donna Cohen Ross
11/1/99
25K

Congressional Actions Would Not Avoid A Non-Social Security Deficit in 2000 But Social Security Would Not Be Raided or Harmed
James Horney and Robert Greenstein
11/1/99
26K, 6pp

Criticism of CBPP Pension Analysis Rests on Selective Use of Data And Leaves Misleading Impressions
Peter Orszag, Iris J. Lav, and Robert Greenstein
10/28/99
52K, 11pp

Spending a Non-Existent Surplus
James Horney
Rev. 10/26/99
47K, 7pp

Missed Opportunities: Declining Medicaid Enrollment Undermines the Nation's Progress in Insuring Low-Income Children
Jocelyn Guyer, Matthew Broaddus, and Michelle Cochran
10/20/99
31K, 11pp

Tax Cuts in Lazio Minimum Wage Bill Overwhelmingly Benefit High-Income Taxpayers
Iris J. Lav
10/19/99
19K, 6pp

Exacerbating Inequities in Pension Benefits: An Analysis of The Pension Provisions in The Tax Bill
Peter R. Orszag, Iris Lav, and Robert Greenstein
10/8/99
10K-pr, 8K-summary, 63K-report, 15pp

Testimony of Ed Lazere on Impact of Minimum Wage
Ed Lazere
10/7/99
13K

Would Congressional Spending Plans Avert a non-Social Security Deficit? What the CBO Letter Does and Does Not Mean
James Horney
10/6/99
22K, 5pp

Tax Provisions in "Quality Care for the Uninsured Act" Largely Benefit High-Income Taxpayers And Do Not Help Most Uninsured
Iris J. Lav
10/6/99
20K, 7pp

Tax Cuts That May Be Added to Minimum Wage Bill Demand Careful Scrutiny
Iris J. Lav
10/1/99
12K, 4pp

Analysis of 1998 Census Income and Poverty Data
Robert Greenstein and Wendell Primus
9/30/99
20K, 35K-PDF, 5pp

The House Leadership's Proposal to Delay EITC Payments
Robert Greenstein
9/29/99
11K, 3pp

Allocation Of The $3 Billion TANF Rescission Among States Would Treat Some States Inequitably
Ed Lazere
9/27/99
43K, 10pp

Work to Be Done: Designing Publicly-Funded Jobs To Meet Community Needs
Clifford M. Johnson and Alex Goldenberg
9/24/99
59K, 19pp

How Health Care Providers Can Help Link Children to Free and Low Cost Health Insurance Programs
Donna Cohen Ross
Revised 9/20/99
29K

Competitive Welfare-to-Work Grantees Utilize Publicly-Funded Transitional Jobs to Aid Hard-to-Employ Welfare Recipients
Clifford M. Johnson and Lana Kim
9/17/99
14K, 5pp

Washington State's Community Jobs Initiative
Clifford M. Johnson and Lana Kim
9/7/99
25K, 8pp

Should TANF Block Grant Funds Be Rescinded?
Ed Lazere and Robert Greenstein
9/23/99
13K, 4pp

Family Self-Sufficiency Program
Barbara Sard and Jeff Lubell
Rev. 4/19/00
18K, 6pp

A Small Non-Social Security Deficit In Fiscal Year 2000 Would Not Adversely Affect Social Security
Robert Greenstein and James Horney
9/17/99
9K, 2pp

Statement of the Center on Budget and Policy Priorities To the Advisory Commission on Electronic Commerce
Michael Mazerov
9/14/99
27K, 11pp

The Widening Income Gulf
Isaac Shapiro and Robert Greenstein
9/4/99
36K-pr, 158K-report, 16pp

The House VA-HUD Appropriations Bill Would Reduce Rather Than Increase Funds For HUD Programs
Jeff Lubell
8/23/99
16K, 4pp

The Initial Impacts of Welfare Reform on the Economic Well-Being of Single Mother Families
Wendell Primus, Lynette Rawlings, Kathy Larin, Kathryn Porter
8/22/99
10K-pr, 284K-PDF, 91pp

Tax Bill Contains Only Modest Benefits For Middle Class Despite Its High Cost
Iris J. Lav and Robert Greenstein
8/20/99
63K, 17pp

Publicly-Funded Jobs for Hard-to-Employ Welfare Recipients
Cliff Johnson
Rev. 8/18/99
22K

The Use of TANF Funds to Provide Housing and Homelessness Assistance: Implications of the Final TANF Rules
Jeff Lubell
8/13/99
17K, 5pp

Congressional Action Points to a Non-Social Security Deficit of More than $20 Billion in Fiscal Year 2000: Actions Undercut Credibility of Promise to Finance the Tax Bill with Large Reductions in Appropriated Programs
James Horney and Robert Greenstein
8/12/99
38K, 10pp

Conference Agreement Tax Cut Would Cost $2.6 Trillion in Second 10 Years
Iris J. Lav and Robert Greenstein
8/6/99
14K, 4pp

Beyond The Rhetoric: What The Clinton Budget And The Republican Budget Plan Really Propose For Appropriated: Is the Administration Proposing Substantial New Spending?
James Horney and Robert Greenstein
8/5/99
13K, 4pp

VA-HUD Appropriations Bill Would Cut Low-Income Housing And Other Programs To Help Pave The Way For An Unaffordable Tax Cut
Jeff Lubell
8/3/99
14K, 5pp

Creative Arithmetic to Justify $800 Billion Tax Cut Does Not Withstand Scrutiny
Robert Greenstein
7/29/99
15K, 4pp

Analyses by Treasury, The Joint Tax Committee, And Citizens For Tax Justice All Show House Tax Bill Heavily Tilted Toward Wealthy
Isaac Shapiro, Robert Greenstein and Iris J. Lav
Rev. 7/29/99
30K, 9pp

Is The Senate Finance Committee Tax Bill A Middle-Class Tax Cut?
Iris J. Lav and Robert Greenstein
7/29/99
42K, 12pp

Is The Roth Proposal A Middle-Class Tax Cut?
Iris J. Lav and Robert Greenstein
Revised 7/28/99
35K

Is an $800 Billion Tax Cut Fiscally Responsible?
Robert Greenstein and Jim Horney
7/22/99
16K, 5pp

Joint Tax Committee Distribution Tables Fail to Include Most of the Upper-Income Tax Cuts in the Roth Package: Figures in the Tables Have Little Meaning As a Result
Robert Greenstein and Iris J. Lav
7/21/99
12K

Eliminating The Estate Tax: A Costly Benefit For The Wealthiest Americans
Iris J. Lav
Rev. 7/20/99
15K, 5pp

Ways and Means Tax Cut Would Cost $2.8 Trillion in Second 10 Years
Iris J. Lav
Rev. 7/20/99
4K

Roth Tax Cut Would Cost Over $2 Trillion in Second 10 Years
Iris J. Lav
7/19/99
5K, 2pp

Welfare Balances In The States: Unspent TANF Funds in the Middle of Federal Fiscal Year 1999
Ed Lazere and Lana Kim
7/19/99
142K, 19pp

Is the Roth Proposal a Middle-Class Tax Cut?
Iris J. Lav and Robert Greenstein
7/15/99
20K

Much of the Projected Non-Social Security Surplus Is a Mirage: Vast Majority of Surplus Rests on Assumptions of Deep Cuts in Discretionary Programs that Are Unlikely to Occur
Sam Elkin and Robert Greenstein
Rev. 7/12/99
23K, 7pp

Health Insurance Tax Deductions Cannot Help Most Uninsured
Iris J. Lav and Cindy Mann
7/12/99
22K

Concerns Regarding the Nussle-Cardin-Goss Budget Process Bill
Sam Elkin and Robert Greenstein
7/2/99
41K, 8pp

Coverdell-Torricelli Proposal To Boost 15% Tax Bracket Would Primarily Benefit Higher-Income Families, Not The Middle Class
Iris J. Lav
7/1/99
18K, 4pp

Taxing the Profits of Multistate Corporations In Wisconsin: Adopting a "Single Sales Factor" Formula Without Requiring Combined Reporting Will Reduce State Revenues With No Guarantee of More In-State Jobs
Michael Mazerov
6/30/99
62K, 16pp

Feinstein-Grassley Marriage Penalty Relief Leaves out Working Poor and Near Poor Families
Iris J. Lav
6/29/99
64K, 6pp

Creating Jobs: Public and Private Strategies for the Hard-to-Employ
Cliff Johnson, William Schweke, Matt Hull
6/28/99
502K

The Determinants Of Welfare Caseload Decline: A Brief Rejoinder
Liz Schott, Robert Greenstein, Wendell Primus
6/22/99
26K, 8pp

Bill To Raise Income Ceiling On 15 Percent Tax Bracket Would Primarily Benefit Higher-Income Families, Not The Middle Class
Iris J. Lav
6/21/99
18K

Last Minute "Technical" Change Turns Herger-Shaw Lock-Box Bill into Measure That Increases the Risk of Recession: House Members Vote for Bill with No Information About the Last-Minute Change
Robert Greenstein
6/11/99
39K, 11pp

Alleviating Marriage Penalties in the EITC
Iris J. Lav
6/10/99
6K , 2pp

Extending Marriage-Penalty Relief to Families to Working Poor and Near Poor Families
Iris J. Lav
6/10/99
32K, 9pp

States Must Act Immediately to Retain Time-Limit Flexibility Under their Waivers
Liz Schott
5/27/99
28K, 9pp

Issues Related to the Herger-Shaw Social Security "Lock-Box" Legislation
Robert Greenstein
5/24/99
14K, 4pp

Analysis of Nussle-Cardin-Goss Budget Process Bill
Sam Elkin and Robert Greenstein
Rev. 5/14/99
38K

Taxes on Middle-Income Families Are Declining
Iris J. Lav
Revised 5/10/99
66K

Tax Foundation Figures Produce Misleading and Inaccurate Impressions of Middle Class Tax Burdens
Iris J. Lav, Isaac Shapiro, Robert Greenstein
Revised 5/10/99
48K

Archer-Shaw Social Security Proposal
Robert Greenstein
Revised 5/5/99
17K, 7pp

Testimony of Kilolo Kijakazi on Social Security's Treatment of People of Color and Women
Kilolo Kijakazi
5/4/99
42K-HTML, 49K-PDF, 12pp.


Misconceptions in the D.C. Tax Debate
Iris J. Lav
5/4/99
6K

From Rags to Riches to Rags?
Iris J. Lav
5/3/99
128K, 11pp

Highlights of the Final TANF Regulations
Liz Schott, Ed Lazere, Heidi Goldberg, and Eileen Sweeney
4/29/99
78K, 24pp

CBO Analysis, Other Studies Raise Serious Doubts About Costly Military Pay and Pensions Bill
4/29/99
30K , 9pp

Potential Funding Sources for Public Job Creation Initiatives
Cliff Johnson
4/23/99
17K, 5pp

Provisions of Final TANF Regulations Pertaining to Wage Subsidies and Publicly-Funded Jobs
Cliff Johnson
4/21/99
11K, 4pp

The Abraham-Domenici Lock-Box Legislation
Robert Greenstein
4/21/99
39K, 12pp

The Abraham-Domenici Lock-Box Legislation
Robert Greenstein
4/21/99
12K, 4pp

Shattering Indiana's Piggy Bank: Both the House and Senate Budget and Tax Plans for the FY00-FY01 Biennium Will Eventually Deplete the State's Accumulated Surplus
Michael Mazerov
4/20/99
137K-PDF, 38pp

Tax Foundation Figures Produce Misleading and Inaccurate Impressions of Middle Class Tax Burdens
Iris J. Lav, Isaac Shapiro, Robert Greenstein
4/15/99
48K, 7pp

Taxes on Middle-Income Families Are Declining
Iris J. Lav
4/14/99
66K, 8pp

Reducing Alabama's Income Tax on Working Poor Families: Two Options
Nicholas Johnson
4/14/99
60K, 12pp

A State Strategy for Increasing Child Support Payments from Low-Income Fathers and Improving the Well-Being of Their Children Through Economic Incentives
Wendell E. Primus and Charita L. Castro
4/14/99
58K, 20pp

Social Security and Poverty Among the Elderly: A National and State Perspective
Kathryn H. Porter, Kathy Larin and Wendell Primus
4/8/99
24K-Press Release, 168K-Summary, 12pp
194K-PDF, 80pp

Poverty Despite Work in Kentucky
Christina Smith FitzPatrick
4/7/99
9K-Press Release, 442K-PDF, 36pp

Governor Sundquist's Revised Tax Proposal Would Address Long-Standing Problems with Tennessee's Tax System
Elizabeth McNichol
4/1/99
81K, 12pp

Ins and Outs of Delinking: Promoting Medicaid Enrollment of Children Who are Moving In and Out of the TANF System
Cindy Mann
3/99
105K-PDF, 25pp

Community-Based Organization: Paving the Way to Children's Health Insurance Coverage
Donna Cohen Ross
3/99
141K-PDF, 40pp

Food Stamps Can Help Low-Income Working Families Put Food On The Table
Sharon Parrott and Stacy Dean
3/31/99
28K, 6pp

Understanding the Financial Status of the Social Security System in Light of the 1999 Trustees' Report
Kilolo Kijakazi, Wendell Primus, Robert Greenstein
3/30/99
40K

Public Job Creation: Selected References
Cliff Johnson
3/24/99
20K, 5pp

Without Reductions in Discretionary Programs, There Would Be Little Budget Surplus Outside Social Security: In Effect, Tax Cut Proposals are Financed by Cutting Discretionary Programs
Sam Elkin
3/23/99
82K, 4pp

A Quick Guide To Calculating Food Stamp Benefits For Families With Children
3/23/99
22K, 4pp

A Missouri Earned Income Tax Credit Would Build on the Strengths of the Federal Credit
Nicholas Johnson
3/22/99
88K, 3pp

Public Job Creation: Current State and City Initiatives
Cliff Johnson
3/19/99
18K, 5pp

The Republican Budget Proposals
Robert Greenstein
3/19/99
49K, 15pp

The Lock-Box Proposal and the Economy
Robert Greenstein
3/18/99
26K, 8pp

Republican Tax Plan Risks New On-Budget Deficits After 2009
Iris J. Lav and Sam Elkin
3/17/99
7K, 2pp

Administrative Costs in Individual Accounts in the United Kingdom
Peter Orszag
3/16/99
11K-pr, 10K-sum, 92K-PDF , 14pp

When It Rains It Pours: A Look at the Adequacy of State Rainy Day Funds and Budget Reserves
Iris J. Lav and Alan Berube
3/11/99
21K, 211K-PDF, 54

The TANF Block Grant Should Not Be Cut
Kathy Larin
3/11/99
12K, 4pp

The State Tobacco Settlements: What Should be Done with the Federal Share of Medicaid-Related Tobacco Payments? Reserves
Cindy Mann, Andy Schneider, and Sara Thom
3/10/99
48K, 14pp

Individual Accounts and Social Security: Does Social Security Really Provide a Lower Rate of Return?
Peter Orszag
3/9/99
21K, 135K-PDF , 38pp<

Wendell Primus' Testimony on Tax Cuts
Wendell Primus
3-4-99
22K

State Income Tax Burdens on Low-Income Families in 1998: Assessing the Burden and Opportunities for Relief
Nicholas Johnson, Christina Smith Fitzpatrick and Liz McNichol
3/4/99
390K-PDF, 64pp

Social Security Testimony of Wendell Primus
Wendell Primus
3/1/99
39K

Unspent TANF Funds at the End of Federal Fiscal Year 1998
Edward Lazere
Rev. 3/19/99
39K-PDF

Should a Portion of Social Security Benefits Be Invested in Equities?
Robert Greenstein
2/23/99
72K-PDF, 15pp

Federal Debt: What Matters and Why
Peter Orszag and Robert Greenstein
2/22/99
44K -PDF, 8pp

Military Pensions and Pay Bill Would Be Very Costly
Robert Greenstein
2/19/99
33K -PDF, 6pp

Testimony of Kilolo Kijakazi on Social Security's Protections For African Americans
Kilolo Kijakazi
2/10/99
26K-HTML, 34K-PDF, 8pp.


Social Security Testimony of Robert Greenstein
Robert Greenstein
2/9/99
21K

Employed But Not Insured: A State-by-State Analysis of the Number of Low-Income Working Parents Who Lack Health Insurance
Jocelyn Guyer and Cindy Mann
2/9/99
Four Sections, 215K PDF , 37pp

Analysis of Clinton Administration FY 2000 Budget Proposal: How Big Is the Federal Government and Would the Administration's Budget Make it Bigger?
Robert Greenstein and Sam Elkin
2/2/99
204K, 14pp

Information and Misinformation About Federal Tax Burdens
Iris J. Lav
1/21/99
54K, 5pp

Proposed 10% Tax Rate Cut Would Provide Little Relief to Millions of Families
Robert Greenstein and Iris J. Lav
1/21/99
6K

How the Statutory Changes Made by the Quality Housing and Work Responsibility Act of 1998 May Affect Welfare Reform Efforts
Barbara Sard and Jeff Lubell
12/17/98
80K

The Feldstein Social Security Plan
Robert Greenstein, Wendell Primus, and Kilolo Kijakazi
12/16/98
70K

Social Security Plans That Reduce Social Security Retirement Benefits Substantially Are Likely to Cut Disability and Survivors Benefits As Well
Kathy Larin and Robert Greenstein
12/15/98
77K

Welfare-to-Work Housing Vouchers: An Innovative Approach to Welfare Reform
Jeff Lubell and Barbara Sard
2/2/99
23K



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