Raise the federal minimum wage to a living wage of $15 per hour, tie future increases to the rate of inflation, and phase out subminimum wages for tipped workers, workers with a disability, and teenagers.
Implement policies that equitably reduce the cost of healthcare, housing, education, transportation, and food.
Enable all eligible households to obtain rental assistance, repeal the Faircloth
Amendment of the Quality Housing and Work Responsibility Act of 1998, and invest in our public housing infrastructure.
Reduce preventable evictions and mitigate eviction-related consequences.
Build a more resilient and sustainable supply chain that can withstand shocks resulting from pandemics, climate disruption, and war overseas.
Evaluate whether key metrics such as the Federal Poverty Line (FPL) are accurately measuring the poverty rate in 2022.