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Mark Amodei- We are Hungry, Save SNAP

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Dear Mark Amodei, I have to reach out to you here since you have avoided all of our attempts to meet with you. Who are

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National Cancer Survivor Day Reflections from a Cancer Survivor

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Two years ago on this day I was five months into a treatment plan for Stage II Breast Cancer. I had undergone two surgeries, and

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Food Stamps are an essential safety net for working families

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Dear Editor, In November of 2017, my hard-working husband applied for his VISA, but was denied. Since then, I had to find ways to maintain

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Health Care Has Improved; Let’s Keep the Progress Going

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Virginia has become the most recent state to expand Medicaid. Thanks to a few bold Republicans in the state’s legislature, more Virginians will have access

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Senator Cortez Masto Meets with Local Health Care Advocates to Ensure Comprehensive Coverage

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Last Friday, May 25th, Senator Catherine Cortez Masto held a roundtable meeting with Health Care Advocates and Organizations to discuss the latest developments surrounding health

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Child hungry without SNAP

Mark Amodei- We are Hungry, Save SNAP

Breast cancer survivor

National Cancer Survivor Day Reflections from a Cancer Survivor

Food Stamps are an essential safety net for working families

Health Care Has Improved; Let’s Keep the Progress Going

Senator Cortez Masto Meets with Local Health Care Advocates to Ensure Comprehensive Coverage

Guest BlogsSocial Justice

Opinion: What the Affordable Care Act Means to Me

(Guest submission by Marisol Montoya from Las Vegas) I am a mom. My son has had healthcare coverage through the expansion of Medicaid, and I’m very grateful for it. I don’t think we should take it away. I got a divorce. I had a very abusive marriage, and knowing my son had healthcare coverage was one less thing to worry about. It gave me the freedom to leave. (more…)

Nevada LegislatureSocial Justice

Who’s Vouching for What? How Does the ESA Voucher Program Work?

Nevada State Treasurer Dan Schwartz (R) came ready to rumble at last month’s Assembly Ways and Means Committee budget hearing for his office. So did Chris Daly from the Nevada State Education Association (NSEA). Daly produced a letter from the Henderson International School that suggest the private school was in contact with the Nevada Policy Research Institute (NPRI) and the Treasurer’s Office as they encourage people to use fraudulent information in applying for ESA vouchers. What was that about? And…

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