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GP In The News

The Leslie Marshall Show: Unpaid Internships and the Generational Wealth Gap
Guest hosts Brent J. Cohen, executive director of Generation Progress, and Charlotte Hancock, communications director for Generation Progress, talk to DC-based interns Griffen Saul (also the co-founder and CEO of ‘We Are Able’) and Jaylun Hutchison about the Interns for
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The Leslie Marshall Show: What is Medicaid?
Guest hosts Brent J. Cohen, executive director of Generation Progress, and Edwith Theogene, organizing director for Generation Progress, are joined by Fabiola Carrión, the senior attorney at the National Health Law Program, and Jamille Fields Allsbrook, director of the Women’s Initiative
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The Leslie Marshall Show: Home is Here—SCOTUS to Hear DACA Case
Guest hosts Charlotte Hancock, Communication Director for Generation Progress, and Emily Leach, Senior Press Associate for Generation Progress, are joined by Juan Manuel Guzman, the advocacy and policy manager from ‘United We Dream,’ and Claudia Flores, the immigration campaign manager
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Advisories, Statements and Releases

STATEMENT: House HEA Proposal Offers Solutions for Current and Future Students, and is a Stepping Stone for Needs of Current Borrowers
House Education and Labor Committee Chairman Bobby Scott (D-VA) today released the College Affordability Act, which recognizes the desperate need for accountability for predatory institutions and presents real affordability solutions for future college students. This bill’s many positive elements include
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STATEMENT: Sen. Alexander’s Piece-Meal HEA Bill Ignores Plight of Student Borrowers
Yesterday, Senator Lamar Alexander (R-TN), the chairman of the U.S. Senate Health, Education, Labor, and Pensions Committee, announced a bill package that he has deemed a Higher Education Act (HEA) reauthorization. Any claim that this legislation is an HEA reauthorization
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STATEMENT: Young People Must Be Involved in Determining the Future of this Nation: Congress, Impeach this President.
Our country is facing a constitutional crisis, the fallout from which will affect our nation for decades to come. Millennials and Gen Z, who will collectively make up 37 percent of our electorate in 2020, cannot be left out of
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