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Denise M. Trauth, Texas State University President
November 20, 2014
WHY WE WORK
OUR LATEST WORK
NOV
25
No Penalties for Texans in the Coverage Gap Who are Uninsured
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NOV
21
Farewell to a Humble Texas Giant: Ray Farabee
BLOG POST
NOV
20
Reminder: Texas Immigration Data Show Benefits to the State Economy
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NOV
20
20 Thanksgivings at CPPP BLOG POST
NOV
20
New Resource: Texas poverty slides and charts
VIEW CHARTS
NOV
18
Congratulate Anne Dunkelberg and Dick Lavine on 20 Years with CPPP BLOG POST
NOV
13
Countdown to Coverage: It Pays to Shop Again to Renew BLOG POST
NOV
12
Creating Opportunity for Families: A Two-Generation Approach FULL REPORT
PRESS RELEASE- ENGLISH
PRESS RELEASE- SPANISH
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NOV
11
Countdown to Coverage: Marketplace Open for Shopping BLOG POST
NOV
5
Countdown to Coverage: Importance of Financial Assistance BLOG POST
OCT
31
Countdown to Coverage: Signup Assistance Makes a Difference BLOG POST
OCT
29
Countdown to Coverage: Marketplace Enrollment Timeline  BLOG POST
OCT
29
Texas Health and Human Services in 2016-17: A Look at the Budget Request for the Department of Family and Protective Services FULL REPORT
BLOG POST
OCT
23
Sunset Challenge: Will Services to Most Vulnerable Texans Hold Steady During a New Re-Organization? BLOG POST
OCT
22
Understanding the Texas Budget Process + Infographic FULL REPORT
BLOG POST
OCT
21
CPPP Welcomes Garrett Groves as Program Director for Economic Development BLOG POST
OCT
6
Guest Post: Honoring Luci Baines Johnson BLOG POST
SEP
30
Texas Health and Human Services in 2016-17: A Look at the Budget Request for the Department of Assistive and Rehabilitative Services FULL REPORT
BLOG POST
SEP
17
Immigrants Drive the Texas Economy: New Study Shows Benefits of Immigrants to the Lone Star State FULL REPORT
PRESS RELEASE
BLOG POST
SEP
15
Surprise Medical Bills Take Advantage of Texans: Little-known practice creates a "second emergency" for ER patients FULL REPORT
PRESS RELEASE
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