Arkansas has lost $757 million public dollars 2022-2023 due to income tax cuts.
This position will provide leadership on state budget and tax issues and perform data analysis, research, and advocacy to advance policy solutions to address poverty, economic well-being, and a fairer tax code.
Help promote public policies that improve health care coverage, access, and quality for Arkansas’s children and families.
Since April 1, more than 420,000 Arkansans enrolled in Medicaid were removed from the program, losing their coverage for the first time since early 2020.
Arkansas was among 13 states across the United States to earn a bottom ranking.
Even when the bills we oppose pass, or the bills we support don't, we are encouraged to see the issues we care about gaining traction in the media.
Child poverty in Arkansas held steady at an unacceptable rate of about 22%, one of the highest rates in the nation.
Access to high quality, healthy foods is a basic human right that helps people develop fully and reach their full potential.
The proposed changes would offer only meager benefits to most low- and middle-income taxpayers, versus a windfall to our state’s wealthiest households and corporations.
Another round of tax breaks won’t do much to help the average Arkansan, and they definitely won’t get Arkansas where we need to be.