Both the House and the Senate Agriculture Committees are making wrong-hearted decisions as they each mark up a farm bill with significant cuts to the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program.
This is a critical time for immigration reform legislation in Congress. Here is an update.
At a time when Congress far too often ignores the needs of children, we want to express our strong support of a new legislative effort to help young immigrants.
The Senate and House have voted in record time to change the sequester rules so that those with enough money to travel by air are spared the inconvenience of delayed flights. Meanwhile, children are being denied Head Start services, families are denied access to affordable housing, and financial help for people who are long-term unemployed is shrinking – all because of sequestration. These two recent votes are a shameful example of upside-down priorities.
Good news for us all.
Sometimes it's hard to be a small lobby with not a lot of money to spend.
The highly anticipated immigration bill has been finally introduced in Congress.
Our initial response. As with other proposals, we have some concerns.
he letter, which is being hand-delivered to Governor Corbett’s office today, pointed out that refusing to expand Medicaid would “breach the moral duty” to Pennsylvania’s families in need.