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In Case You Missed It . . .

This week at CBPP, we focused on housing, poverty and inequality, and state budgets and taxes.On housing, Anna Bailey, Peggy Bailey, and Erik Gartland described how policymakers can solve...
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In Case You Missed It . . .  

This week at CBPP, we focused on health, federal tax, and state budgets and taxes.On health, Gideon Lukens noted that health insurance costs will spike if premium tax credit...
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The Pass-Through Deduction Is Skewed to the Rich, Costly, and Failed to Deliver on Its Promises

The 2017 Trump tax law was skewed to the rich, eroded the revenue base, and failed to deliver its promised economic benefits. Few provisions of the law exemplify these flaws better than the 20 percent pass-through deduction, and policymakers should reject any efforts to extend the provision when it expires in 2025.
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Health Insurance Costs Will Rise Steeply if Premium Tax Credit Improvements Expire

Improvements to premium tax credits, enacted in the American Rescue Plan and extended by the Inflation Reduction Act, have helped millions of people afford health coverage in the Affordable Care Act (ACA) marketplaces. But the enhanced premium tax credits are set to expire after 2025. If Congress does not act, nearly all marketplace enrollees will face significantly higher premium costs and 3.8 million will become uninsured, according to Congressional Budget Office estimates.
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In Case You Missed It . . .    

This week at CBPP, we focused on state budgets and taxes, health, income security, and Social Security.On state budgets and taxes, we launched a new resource tracking the fallout of...
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Leveraging SNAP Information to Renew Medicaid Eligibility in a Post-Unwinding World

States’ “unwinding” of pandemic-era Medicaid continuous coverage protections has elevated the importance of using data to keep eligible people enrolled at renewal. To reduce coverage losses during the unwinding process, many states have taken advantage of temporary waivers that allow a state to enroll or renew individuals in Medicaid based on their participation in SNAP.
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In Case You Missed It . . .  

This week at CBPP, we were excited to announce that Lili Lynton, co-founder and operating partner of The Dinex Group, has joined our board of directors. We also focused on food assistance.   On...
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In Case You Missed It . . .

Recently at CBPP, we focused on the federal budget, immigration, health, and the economy.On the federal budget, David Reich cautioned that non-defense funding could face steep cuts...
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In Case You Missed It . . .

This week at CBPP, we announced Peggy Bailey as our Executive Vice President for Policy and Program Development. We also focused on health and Social Security.On health, Breanna...
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In Case You Missed It . . .

Recently at CBPP, we focused on housing, food assistance, health, and the economy.On housing, Peggy Bailey issued a joint statement with the National Alliance to End...
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In Case You Missed It . . .

This week at CBPP, we focused on state budgets and taxes, food assistance, and housing.On state budgets and taxes, Whitney Tucker explained that states can use the Black Women Best...
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In Case You Missed It . . .

This week at CBPP, we focused on federal taxes, health, state budgets and taxes, Social Security, housing, and income security.On federal taxes, Chuck Marr highlighted seven charts...