Write to the media: This budget isn’t just wrong, it’s cruel

By Meredith Dodson, Director of U.S. Poverty Campaigns
May 23, 2017

The White House released its official budget request, and it’s filled with bad news. It slashes the programs that help millions of Americans put food on the table, get access to medical care, and make ends meet.

But our final budget decisions fall to Congress – and they need to know that you won’t stand for this. RESULTS volunteers have already fought back against attacks on anti-poverty programs with media in 45 states. Will you add to the list?

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Want to have some fun this weekend?

By Jos G. Linn, Grassroots Manager for U.S. Poverty Campaigns
May 19, 2017

Do you feel your weekends are devoid of fun? Have your Saturday and Sunday been relegated to yard work and grocery shopping? Are you longing for something more?

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President Trump Expected to Propose Billions in Cuts from Anti-Poverty Basic Assistance Programs

By Ashley Burnside, Emerson Hunger Fellow via the Congressional Hunger Center
May 16, 2017

Along with working on the American Health Care Act, Congress has been busy strategizing for the Fiscal Year 2018 (FY2018) budget and tax reform legislation. President Trump is expected to release his full FY2018 budget on May 23. In March, President Trump released a blueprint of his budget, which included devastating cuts to non-defense discretionary programs. 

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Grow your knowledge at the RESULTS International Conference

By RESULTS
May 08, 2017

This summer, you have an opportunity. New policy and funding proposals are threatening the futures of millions of people here and around the world. The time is ripe for action. Come together and learn with hundreds of other passionate advocates from all over the world at the RESULTS International Conference. Hone your advocacy skills throughout the conference, and on the final day, take action and meet with your member of Congress. Here is a taste of what you will experience.

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