A MAJORITY of voters want Congress to lower the Medicare eligibility age and expand the program to cover hearing, vision, and dental.
We can’t recover from this pandemic without health care. It’s time to expand Medicare.https://t.co/o3vWGr1CwW
— Pramila Jayapal (@PramilaJayapal) June 23, 2021
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— Karri Levens (@karrilevens) June 13, 2021
Agree @JamaalBowmanNY. @AOC has used technology very effectively with her homework helper program. But remote learning can never take the place of the in classroom experience. The challenge is how to harness the potential of the digital age without losing our humanity. https://t.co/c6AOda4yDA
— Ro Khanna (@RoKhanna) June 12, 2021
“The movement to use guaranteed income as a tool to fight poverty gained more ground in SF, where The City is poised to roll out a new pilot program to put cash directly in the hands of low-income, transgender residents.”
— Matt Haney (@MattHaneySF) June 9, 2021
Work requirements in US #SNAP vouchers don’t lead to work: they reduce program participation by 53%, but with no effects on employment.
Bottom line: “… eliminating work requirements would likely transfer more resources to low-income adults”.
— Ugo Gentilini (@Ugentilini) June 7, 2021
.@andrewyang’s public bank proposal for NYC will help everyone because not only will it help implement the country’s largest basic income program for the neediest, but it’ll force the private banks to be more honest. Analogy: unions make non-unionized firms treat employees better
— Jeffrey Mead Kurzon (@JeffKurzon) June 5, 2021