Payday Lending Reform Bill: Floor Votes

Payday Lending Reform Bill: Floor Votes

  How did your state legislators vote on the Payday Lending Reform Bill? One of JRLC's key...

The problem with short-term relief

The problem with short-term relief

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Tikkun Olam: First-time Reflections on JRLC's Day on the Hill

Tikkun Olam: First-time Reflections on JRLC's Day on the Hill

In the spirit of “tikkun olam” (a Hebrew phrase which translates to “healing the world”), over...

Theatrical Advocacy: iCAN and blank slate theatre's  BOTTOM

Theatrical Advocacy: iCAN and blank slate theatre's BOTTOM

Since before I began my year of service with Lutheran Volunteer Corps and JRLC this past...

Practically Payday Lending

Practically Payday Lending

I'll admit it - I am no financial wizard. Having just finished school and taken my first steps...

  • Payday Lending Reform Bill: Floor Votes

    Payday Lending Reform Bill: Floor Votes

  • The problem with short-term relief

    The problem with short-term relief

  • Tikkun Olam: First-time Reflections on JRLC's Day on the Hill

    Tikkun Olam: First-time Reflections on JRLC's Day on the Hill

  • Theatrical Advocacy: iCAN and blank slate theatre's  BOTTOM

    Theatrical Advocacy: iCAN and blank slate theatre's BOTTOM

  • Practically Payday Lending

    Practically Payday Lending

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JRLC Constituent Poll

Which achievement of the 2013 legislative session do you find most satisfying?

The tax bill, including $1.1 billion in revenue from the new top tier income tax - 62.5%
Homes for All successes, including $21.1 million for affordable housing and homelessness prevention programs and $7 million for services for the homeless - 25%
Improvements to health care access, including expanded coverage and the creation of the health insurance exchange - 0%
Improvements to MFIP, including $23 million for housing allowances for families and the repeal of the family cap - 12.5%
$2.8 million in funding for statewide services for human trafficking victims - 0%
Other - 0%
The voting for this poll has ended

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