This webinar looked at the significant unmet need for subsidized child care and development programs in our state. Experts on California’s subsidized child care system discussed the importance of child care assistance for our state’s children and families and how Governor Newsom’s budget plans to invest in these vital programs.
For the California Health Care Foundation’s Medi-Cal briefing, Director of Research Scott Graves provided an overview of Medi-Cal, including the people it serves, the services it provides, and the financing of the program.
State Policy Fellow Esi Hutchful will present to the Elk Grove United Methodist Church on how discriminatory government policies have led to racial wealth disparities and historically hindered African Americans’ efforts to build wealth. » Read more about: Elk Grove United Methodist Church »
As part of our Policy Perspectives Speakers Series, this webinar looked at how three major measures of poverty – the Official Poverty Measure, Supplemental Poverty Measure, and California Poverty Measure – can be used to assess economic well-being in California.
Executive Director Chris Hoene presented “Understanding Governor Gavin Newsom’s Policy Priorities Through His 2019-20 Budget Proposal” to ASPA Sacramento and University of the Pacific, McGeorge School of Law.
Executive Director Chris Hoene presented on policy developments affecting older adults in California for the Marin Community Foundation’s summit, “All. Together. Now.” which explored services and policies to improve older adult economic security in Marin. » Read more about: All. Together. Now. »
Director of Research Scott Graves spoke about the implications of various health policy proposals in the 2019-20 state budget proposal, including plans to expand coverage and help boost the affordability of insurance purchased through the individual market, for the USC Center for Health Journalism’s Collaborative Gathering.
For First 5 Contra Costa’s Family Economic Security Partnership meeting, Director of Research Scott Graves presented on the 2019-20 state budget proposal and prospects for reducing poverty and improving economic security.
Policy Analyst Amy Rose presented on college students’ unmet need for food and housing affordability at the Community College League of California’s Capitol Briefing event.
First 5 California’s Camille Maben and the Budget Center’s Kristin Schumacher and Esi Hutchful provided an overview on what’s in the 2019-20 state budget proposal that impacts children and families.