Join partners advocating for working families at the Georgia Work Credit Lobby Day on March 1 at 8:30am. Attendees will gather in the Coverdell Legislative Office Building to meet with other organizations and individuals working on this issue, get inspired and learn how to engage lawmakers. We’ll walk over together to the Gold Dome to speak with lawmakers about […]
Despite low unemployment and a healthy stock market, limited wage growth coupled with high living expenses has made economic recovery sluggish for many Georgia families following the Great Recession. The Georgia Work Credit could help.
The YWCA of Greater Atlanta’s Georgia Women’s Policy Institute (GWPI) sent a letter this month to the Senate Study Committee on Rural Georgia highlighting the Georgia Work Credit as an important policy to support rural Georgia families and communities. Download the letter.
By Sheronn Harris, Georgia Women’s Policy Institute Fellow Enacting a Refundable State EITC Important for Women, Georgia Families and Communities Since the summer of 2016, the Fellows of the YWCA Georgia Women’s Policy Institute have been actively advocating for tax reform in support of the YWCA’s mission to eliminate racism, empower women, stand up for […]