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Administration’s Reorganization Proposal Brings Framing to the Forefront

July 12, 2018

On Thursday, June 21, the Office of Management and Budget (OMB) released a proposal, “Delivering Government Solutions in the 21st Century,” to reorganize the executive branch of the federal government. At a time when our sector is trying to bridge the gaps in the public’s understanding of what human services are, why people need support, […]

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general newsletter

The Fourth in 2018 – Message From the CEO

July 6, 2018

Most of us have fond memories of Fourth of July celebrations over the years. Gatherings with family and friends. Backyard cookouts. Neighborhood parties. Parades. And, spectacular fireworks displays. America’s birthday is a time to feel proud of our country and the values for which it stands. Our commitment to freedom, and to liberty and justice […]

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Reframing newsletter

Unlocking the Transformative Potential of the Sector

June 28, 2018

On Wednesday, June 13, the National Human Services Assembly held its 2018 Annual Convening, entitled Essential Conversations on Human Services. One such conversation that took place during the stimulating breakout sessions was Reframing Human Services and Improving the Health of the Sector, featuring Bridget Gavaghan, National Reframing Initiative Director, National Human Services Assembly; Susan Dreyfus, […]

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public-policy newsletter

Protecting the Value of Human Potential: Immigration Policy Continues to Undermine Well-Being

June 21, 2018

Executive Order Issued Yesterday, the Administration issued an executive order stating a new policy to “maintain family unity” by directing the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) not to turn adults over to the Department of Justice (DOJ) when they face criminal charges. As of now, the order keeps the “zero tolerance” policy in place, which […]

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Johnson Amendment Threatened Again

June 1, 2018

Last Thursday, the House Subcommittee on Financial Services and General Government (FSGG) passed its Fiscal Year 2019 appropriations bill. The legislation includes a policy rider, identical to the one included in the FY18 bill, that would effectively prohibit the IRS from enforcing the Johnson Amendment against churches. Thanks to advocacy by many of your organizations, […]

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