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CBPP will take a break over the long Thanksgiving weekend, but we’ll be back on our regular schedule on Monday. This week at CBPP, we focused on federal taxes, health, and housing.

  • On health, Edwin Park pointed out that President Trump’s disaster relief request doesn’t address any of Puerto Rico’s Medicaid needs. Matt Broaddus summarized a new study that found children are much likelier to receive preventive care when their parents enroll in Medicaid.

  • On housing, Will Fischer explained how the House and Senate tax plans would cut affordable housing now, and set the stage for deeper cuts later.

Chart of the Week – JCT and CBO: Senate Tax Bill Cuts Spending, Raises Taxes for Lower-Income Households to Help Pay for Tax Cuts

A variety of news outlets featured CBPP’s work and experts recently. Here are some highlights:

Meet Paul Ryan’s ‘Cindy,’ a single mom who he says gets $700 from the tax bill
The Washington Post
November 21, 2017

Ivanka Trump's Child Tax Credit Plan Turns Its Back On Single Mothers
November 20, 2017

Collins Demands Two Bills To Balance Out Tax Bill’s Mandate Repeal Damage
Talking Points Memo
November 20, 2017

Congress faces growing health care crisis in Puerto Rico
The Hill
November 19, 2017

The Senate Republican tax bill does not look good for the working class at all
November 18, 2017

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