New This Week:

Due Process & Public Benefits Notices

Our new Clearinghouse article looks at the due process requirements for the notices that state agencies send to individuals when their public benefits have been denied, reduced, or terminated. Sovereign Hager of the New Mexico Center on Law and Poverty and Ty Jones of the Center on Budget and Policy Priorities write about notice requirements for SNAP, Medicaid, and TANF and explain how advocates in New Mexico improved that state's notices. Read more. They will talk with us about this work in a Shriver Hangout on February 10. Register now.

Clearinghouse Articles

What Does Due Process Mean for State Notices on Receiving Public Benefits?

Sovereign Hager
Ty Jones

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What Process Is Due in a "Modernized" Public Benefits System?

with Gina Mannix, Marc Cohan, Greg Bass, & Kristen Dama

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Elisabeth Arenales

Director of the Health Care Program at the Colorado Center on Law and Policy

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Governor Rauner, Stop Ignoring the Real State of Our State

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