By Joanne Carter, Executive Director
March 27, 2017

When congressional leaders took aim at the health care of millions of low-income Americans, you fought back. And tonight we can celebrate a victory that means --- at least for now --- Medicaid stays intact and health care for 24 million Americans is safe.

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Raising Money and So Much More

By Caitlin Van Orden, Director of Individual Giving
March 23, 2017

Earlier this month, I had the pleasure of attending a benefit dinner for RESULTS in Seattle. The event was put together by our amazing Seattle Group volunteers, led by Melessa Rogers and Karen Gielen. The event was well-attended, with nearly 100 people gathering the Seattle Waterfront Marriott, including a representative from newly elected Rep. Pramila Jayapal’s office.

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Take 2 minutes to stop this devastating health bill

By Meredith Dodson, Director of U.S. Poverty Campaigns
March 22, 2017

On March 25, the U.S. House of Representatives will take a vote that could end Medicaid as we know it. Your phone call right now can make a difference.

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Annual Appropriations Sign On Letters to Strengthen Global Development for FY18

By Crickett Nicovich, Senior Advisor for Global Policy and Government Affairs
March 10, 2017

Since the beginning of this year RESULTS has had its own First 100 Days Campaign with the central focus on getting face-to-face meetings with member of Congress to talk about funding for anti-poverty programs through the annual appropriations process. Now is the time to influence how we prioritize our funding for issues that provide care and access to services to the most vulnerable, and it is also an opportunity to get your members of Congress to raise their voices on this issue with their peers through congressional “sign-on” letters. 

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