New rule forces immigrant families to make impossible choices

By Meredith Dodson, Director of U.S. Poverty Campaigns
September 25, 2018

Over the weekend, the Trump administration announced a new policy that would force legally residing immigrants to choose between getting what they need or staying with the families they love. 

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New census data is out. It’s time to make headlines.

By Colin Smith, Director of Communications
September 12, 2018

New data out today shows that 3.4 million people moved above the poverty line in the United States last year thanks to support from SNAP (the program we used to call “food stamps”). But just as the Census Bureau was releasing those figures, leaders on Capitol Hill were negotiating SNAP’s fate.

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In advance of UN meeting on TB, Congress signals strong support for US engagement

By David Bryden, RESULTS TB Advocacy Officer
September 07, 2018

As we approach the first-ever UN high-level meeting on tuberculosis, set for September 26, Congress has issued a very clear bipartisan call for strong U.S. engagement, as well as an expanded U.S. commitment to fight the disease, which is now the world’s biggest infectious disease killer. 

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Advocate Spotlight: Micha Chishti

September 04, 2018

We caught up with Micha Chishti, co-leader of the RESULTS Atlanta group, as he zipped between meetings on Capitol Hill during the last day of the 2018 RESULTS International Conference.

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