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Anti-Johnson Rider Set to Pass the House

July 17, 2018

Anti-Johnson Rider Set to Pass the House The House will vote on the Financial Services and Interior/Environment “mini-bus” appropriations bill this week that includes the text from the original FSGG bill. The “mini-bus” includes an anti-Johnson Amendment rider (Section 112) that would restrict the ability of the IRS to enforce nonprofit nonpartisanship. On Monday evening, […]

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Court Strikes Down KY Medicaid Work Requirements, Governor Responds

July 6, 2018

By Brandon Toth We know that access to Medicaid promotes well-being by helping families stay healthy and equipped to learn, work, engage with others, and contribute to thriving communities. On Friday, June 29, a federal district court concluded that Kentucky’s plan to impose work requirements on Medicaid recipients throughout the state would undermine this access. Judge […]

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Administration’s Proposal to Reorganize Federal Agencies Will Undermine Well-Being

June 25, 2018

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE WASHINGTON, D.C., JUNE 25, 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. As the leading voice for the human service sector, the National Human Services Assembly (National Assembly) […]

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Johnson Amendment Update

June 25, 2018

By Marie Camino On June 13, the House Appropriations Committee voted in favor of a version of the Financial Services and General Government (FSGG) appropriations bill that includes a provision threatening the Johnson Amendment. Section 112 of the bill makes the law extremely difficult for the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) to enforce, requiring notification to […]

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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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