Center on Budget and Policy Priorities

Research Reports in JSTOR from Center on Budget and Policy Priorities
141 Research Reports in JSTOR Date
The 2019 Trump Budget:: Hurts Struggling Families, Shortchanges National Needs 2018
ACA Lawsuit Would Cut Taxes for the Most Well-Off While Ending Health Coverage for Millions 2019
Administration Should Reverse Anti-Immigrant Policies That Will Worsen Impacts of Health and Economic Crises 2020
Administration’s Poverty Line Proposal Would Cut Health, Food Assistance for Millions Over Time 2019
Adopting a State-Based Health Insurance Marketplace Poses Risks and Challenges: States Should Do So Only With a Clear Plan to Increase Coverage 2020
Aggressive State Outreach Can Help Reach the 12 Million Non-Filers Eligible for Stimulus Payments 2020
Association Health Plan Expansion Likely to Hurt Consumers, State Insurance Markets 2019
Better Integration of Medicaid and Federal Grant Funding Would Improve Outcomes for People with Substance Use Disorders 2018
Bill to Replace Medicaid Expansion in Utah Would Cover Fewer People, Create New Financial Risks 2019
“Block Grant” Guidance Will Likely Invite Medicaid Waivers That Pose Serious Risks to Beneficiaries, Providers, and States 2019
“Block Grant” Medicaid Waivers Would Pose Serious Risks to Beneficiaries, Providers, and States 2019
CARES Act Includes Essential Measures to Respond to Public Health, Economic Crises, But More Will Be Needed 2020
Cassidy-Graham ACA Repeal Bill Would Cause Millions to Lose Coverage 2018
CBO:: Alexander Stabilization Bill Would Raise Costs for Moderate-Income Consumers, Decrease Coverage 2018
Change to Insurance Payment Formulas Will Raise Costs for Millions With Marketplace or Employer Plans 2019
Chart Book:: The Far-Reaching Benefits of the Affordable Care Act’s Medicaid Expansion 2019
Congress Should Bolster ACA Marketplace Coverage Amid COVID-19: Marketplaces Can Do Even More to Protect People From Health and Economic Hardship 2020
Continuous Coverage Protections in Families First Act Prevent Coverage Gaps by Reducing “Churn” 2020
Cuts to Low-Income Assistance Programs in President Trump’s 2020 Budget Are Wide-Ranging 2019
“Direct Enrollment” in Marketplace Coverage Lacks Protections for Consumers, Exposes Them to Harm: New “Enhanced Direct Enrollment” Heightens Risks 2019
Eligibility Restrictions in Recent Medicaid Waivers Would Cause Many Thousands of People to Become Uninsured 2018
Emergency Special Enrollment Period Would Boost Health Coverage Access at a Critical Time 2020
Executive Order, Other Administration Actions Would Weaken Medicare 2019
FAQ:: The Trump Administration’s Proposal to Lower the Federal Poverty Line 2019
Final Opioid Package Should Include Several Medicaid Provisions That Improve Access to Care: But One Remains a Serious Concern 2018
Financial Challenges Facing Social Security and Medicare Largely Unchanged From Last Year, Except for Improvement in Disability Insurance 2019
Frequently Asked Questions About ACA Section 1332 Waivers and Medicaid 2019
Frequently Asked Questions About Medicaid 2019
Frequently Asked Questions About “Partial” Medicaid Expansion 2019
Frequently Asked Questions on State Adoption of the Health Insurer Fee 2020
Georgia’s 1332 Waiver Proposal Puts Coverage at Risk for Tens of Thousands 2020
Georgia’s Unprecedented 1332 Waiver Would Endanger Consumers and Violate Federal Law: Tens of Thousands of Low- and Moderate-Income Georgians Would Likely Lose Subsidies and Become Uninsured 2019
Greenstein:: CBPP Adds Its Voice to Calls for Justice and Systemic Reform 2020
Greenstein:: New ACA Repeal Plan, But Same Harm to Millions of Americans 2018
Greenstein:: Relief Package Includes Important Aid, But More Needed to Meet Urgent Needs 2020
Greenstein:: Trump’s Reorganization Proposals Affecting Low-Income Programs Raise Serious Concerns 2018
Greenstein:: Health Coverage Progress Stalls — Even as Economy Reduces Poverty, Boosts Income 2018
Greenstein:: More Americans Uninsured, Though Progress on Poverty Continues 2019
Greenstein:: Trump COVID-19 Executive Actions Woefully Inadequate, Legally Dangerous 2020
Greenstein:: Senate Republican COVID Relief Proposal Fails to Meet Needs of Struggling Families, Economy 2020
Health Care Rule Changes Will Harm Consumers 2018
Health Extenders Agreement Takes a Step Backward 2019
Health Proposals in President’s 2020 Budget Would Reduce Health Insurance Coverage and Access to Care 2019
Health Proposals in President’s Budget Would Reduce Health Insurance Coverage and Access to Care 2018
House Bill Would Make Significant Progress on Health Care Affordability and Coverage 2019
Housing and Health Partners Can Work Together to Close the Housing Affordability Gap 2020
Immediate and Robust Policy Response Needed in Face of Grave Risks to the Economy 2020
Improving ACA Subsidies for Low- and Moderate-Income Consumers Is Key to Increasing Coverage 2019
Improving Customer Service in Health and Human Services Through Technology 2018
Improving SNAP and Medicaid Access:: Filling Income Eligibility Gaps to Maximize Health Coverage 2020
Improving SNAP and Medicaid Access:: Medicaid Renewals 2018
Improving Users’ Experience With Online SNAP and Medicaid Systems 2020
Individual Market Stabilization Proposals Should Avoid Raising Costs for Consumers: Proposals Should Also Address Greatest Risks to the Market 2018
Kentucky Waiver Will Harm Medicaid Beneficiaries 2018
Key Flaws of Short-Term Health Plans Pose Risks to Consumers 2018
Larger, Longer-Lasting Increases in Federal Medicaid Funding Needed to Protect Coverage 2020
Latest Republican ACA Repeal Plan Would Have Similar Harmful Impacts on Coverage and Health as All the Others 2018
Leveraging Text Messaging to Improve Communications in Safety Net Programs 2019
Locking People Out of Medicaid Coverage Will Increase Uninsured, Harm Beneficiaries’ Health 2018
Low-Income Programs Not Driving Nation’s Long-Term Fiscal Problem: Programs Outside Health Projected to Decline Relative to Economy 2018
Making Health Insurance More Affordable for Middle-Income Individual Market Consumers 2019
Many Working People Could Lose Health Coverage Due to Medicaid Work Requirements 2018
Marketplace Sign-Up Rate Is Strong Despite a Tumultuous Year, But Will It Last? 2018
Medicaid and Federal Grant Funding Can Improve Treatment and Housing Options for People With Substance Use Disorders 2018
Medicaid Can Partner With Housing Providers and Others to Address Enrollees’ Social Needs 2020
Medicaid Coverage Protections in Families First Act:: What They Require and How to Implement Them 2020
Medicaid Expansion Dramatically Increased Coverage for People with Opioid-Use Disorders, Latest Data Show 2018
Medicaid Expansion Has Saved at Least 19,000 Lives, New Research Finds: State Decisions Not to Expand Have Led to 15,000 Premature Deaths 2019
Medicaid Protections in Families First Act Critical to Protecting Health Coverage 2020
Medicaid Work Requirements Can’t Be Fixed: Unintended Consequences Are Inevitable Result 2019
Medicaid Work Requirements Don’t Protect People With Disabilities: Yet Another Way Requirements Are at Odds With Medicaid’s Objectives 2018
Medicaid Work Requirements Will Harm Families, Including Workers 2018
Medicaid Works for Children 2018
Medicaid Works for People in Rural Communities 2018
Medicaid Works for People with Substance Use Disorders 2018
Medicaid Works for Seniors 2018
Medicare Is Not “Bankrupt” 2019
Meeting the Housing Needs of People With Substance Use Disorders 2019
Michigan Medicaid Proposal Would Lead to Large Coverage Losses, Harm Low-Income Workers 2018
Michigan’s Waiver Proposal Would Undermine Its Successful Medicaid Expansion 2018
Most Workers in Low-Wage Labor Market Work Substantial Hours, in Volatile Jobs: SNAP or Medicaid Work Requirements Would Be Difficult for Many Low-Wage Workers to Meet 2018
New Claims by Opponents of Medicaid Expansion Rest on Faulty Analysis 2019
New Jersey Governor’s Medicaid Fee Proposal Would Create Unintended Incentive for Job Discrimination, Harm Workers 2020
Non-Expansion States Can’t Fix “Catch-22” in Their Proposals to Take Medicaid Coverage Away From Parents Not Meeting Work Requirements 2018
Options to Reduce State Medicaid Costs:: Managed Care Medical Loss Ratio 2019
Pandemic Unemployment Insurance Provisions:: What They Mean for Access to SNAP, Medicaid, and TANF 2020
Partial Medicaid Expansions Fall Short of Full Medicaid Expansion With Respect to Coverage and Access to Care 2019
People Experiencing or at Risk of Homelessness Should Be a Priority in State COVID-19 Responses 2020
Policies Can Make Health Coverage More Affordable, Accessible to Reach the Remaining Uninsured 2019
Policy Basics: Introduction to Medicaid 2020
Poverty Line Proposal Would Cut Medicaid, Medicare, and Premium Tax Credits, Causing Millions to Lose or See Reduced Benefits Over Time 2019
President’s Budget Previews Administrative Actions That Would Weaken Medicaid 2020
Progress on Income and Poverty Continued Into 2017 But Abruptly Halted on Health Coverage, Census Data Show 2018
Promising Montana Program Offers Services to Help Medicaid Enrollees Succeed in the Workforce 2018
Proposals to Couple Medicaid Expansion With Work Requirements:: Frequently Asked Questions 2019
Proposed Change to ACA Enrollment Policies Would Boost Insured Rate, Improve Continuity of Coverage 2019
Proposed Restrictions Could Undermine Montana’s Successful Medicaid Expansion 2019
Puerto Rico’s Medicaid Program Needs an Ongoing Commitment of Federal Funds 2019
Raising Threshold for Health Reform’s Employer Mandate Would Put More Workers at Risk 2018
Reinsurance Basics:: Considerations as States Look to Reduce Private Market Premiums 2019
Removing Barriers to Access From Remote Identity Proofing 2020
Repealing Medicaid Exclusion for Institutional Care Risks Worsening Services for People With Substance Use Disorders 2018
Research Note:: Medicaid Enrollment Decline Among Adults and Children Too Large to Be Explained by Falling Unemployment 2019
Research Note:: Report Claiming Medicaid Work Requirements Would Lead to Large Income Gains Is Fundamentally Flawed 2019
Restrictions on Access to Care Don’t Improve Medicaid Beneficiaries’ Health: Incentives for Healthy Behaviors Have Mixed Results 2018
Restrictive Medicaid Policies Will Impede Innovation to Improve Care and Reduce Costs 2019
States Are Leveraging Medicaid to Respond to COVID-19 2020
States Can Quickly Expand Medicaid to Provide Coverage and Financial Security to Millions 2020
States’ Complex Medicaid Waivers Will Create Costly Bureaucracy and Harm Eligible Beneficiaries 2018
States’ Experiences Confirming Harmful Effects of Medicaid Work Requirements 2019
States That Have Expanded Medicaid Are Better Positioned to Address COVID-19 and Recession 2020
Streamlining Medicaid Enrollment During COVID-19 Public Health Emergency 2020
Strong Demand Expected for Marketplace Open Enrollment, Despite Administration Actions 2018
Struggling Families and Economy Need Robust, Bipartisan COVID Relief Agreement 2020
Suit Challenging ACA Legally Suspect But Threatens Loss of Coverage for Millions 2020
Suit Challenging ACA Legally Suspect But Threatens Loss of Coverage for Tens of Millions 2020
Taking Away Medicaid for Not Meeting Work Requirements Harms American Indians and Alaska Natives 2020
Taking Away Medicaid for Not Meeting Work Requirements Harms Children 2020
Taking Away Medicaid for Not Meeting Work Requirements Harms Low-Wage Workers 2020
Taking Away Medicaid for Not Meeting Work Requirements Harms Older Americans 2020
Taking Away Medicaid for Not Meeting Work Requirements Harms People Experiencing Homelessness 2020
Taking Away Medicaid for Not Meeting Work Requirements Harms People With Disabilities 2020
Taking Away Medicaid for Not Meeting Work Requirements Harms People With Mental Health Conditions 2020
Taking Away Medicaid for Not Meeting Work Requirements Harms People With Substance Use Disorders 2020
Taking Away Medicaid for Not Meeting Work Requirements Harms Rural Residents and Communities 2020
Taking Away Medicaid for Not Meeting Work Requirements Harms Veterans 2019
Taking Away Medicaid for Not Meeting Work Requirements Harms Women 2020
Taking Medicaid Coverage Away From People Not Meeting Work Requirements Will Reduce Low-Income Families’ Access to Care and Worsen Health Outcomes 2018
Tennessee Block Grant Proposal Threatens Care for Medicaid Beneficiaries 2019
Tracking the COVID-19 Recession’s Effects on Food, Housing, and Employment Hardships 2020
Trapped by the Firewall:: Policy Changes Are Needed to Improve Health Coverage for Low-Income Workers 2019
Trump Administration’s ACA Repeal Suit Stance Is in Line With Its Health Care Agenda 2020
Trump Administration’s Harmful Changes to Medicaid 2020
The Trump Administration’s Medicaid Block Grant Guidance:: Frequently Asked Questions 2020
Trump “Public Charge” Rule Would Prove Particularly Harsh for Pregnant Women and Children 2018
Uncompensated Care Costs Fell in Nearly Every State as ACA’s Major Coverage Provisions Took Effect: Medicaid Waivers That Create Barriers to Coverage Jeopardize Gains 2018
Using Administrative Advocacy to Improve Access to Public Benefits 2018
What to Look for in Next Week’s Census Figures on Poverty, Income, and Health Insurance 2018
What to Look for in Next Week’s Census Figures on Poverty, Income, and Health Insurance 2019
Why Congress Shouldn’t Repeal the Cadillac Tax: But If It Does, It Should Offset the Cost 2019
With Need Rising, Medicaid Is at Risk for Cuts 2020