Where the different party tickets for Pennsylvania’s highest executive office stand on five key policies to combat hunger.
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New Pennsylvania legislation would require certain people to prove they are working in order to receive Medicaid benefits. It’s a solution in search of a problem.
We can’t pay for the government we really need if state lawmakers are unwilling to even pay for the government we have.
One year ago, Gov. Wolf released a budget for 2015-16. That budget is now 216 days late and $318 million short. Today, we join a broad coalition in making recommendations for what must come next.
Our executive director Ken Regal and the Pennsylvania Budget and Policy Center’s Michael Wood make the case that Gov. Tom Wolf’s proposed state budget lays a good foundation for rebuilding Pennsylvania’s middle class.
Yesterday evening, Gov. Wolf announced that as of April 27 he was ending the state’s food stamp asset test. This is great news for all those at risk of hunger and for the advocates and communities who have pushed for this change for years.
Gov. Wolf has announced the end of Corbett’s disastrous Healthy PA and the launching of Medicaid Expansion for uninsured low-income Pennsylvanians. This is a huge victory for all those who care about struggling families, seniors, and those with disabilities in PA.