A map tracking ARP funds allocation amounts and community input processes for counties and cities across Missouri.
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A State and Local Opportunity to Advance Paid Leave for Workers: American Rescue Plan State and Local Funds Can Be Used for Paid Leaveadmin2023-02-07T17:52:42+00:00
Many cities and counties are still deciding how to spend their remaining local recovery funds from the 2021 American Rescue Plan Act (ARPA). To help local governments use these precious resources to address long-standing inequities and reach the communities disproportionately impacted by the pandemic, PolicyLink and the Institute on Race, Power and Political Economy at The New School have released initial findings from our research on how cities across the United States are investing their ARPA resources.
Public Engagement and Transparency Is Key to States and Localities Using Federal Aid to Advance Racial Equityadmin2022-08-15T15:01:24+00:00
Public engagement and transparency are critical to ensuring that State and Local Fiscal Recovery Funds are spent in ways that meet communities’ priorities, address the greatest harms of the pandemic, and build an inclusive, equitable recovery.
Climate change and other environmental challenges pose a serious risk to people’s health and well-being, especially those with low incomes and communities of color. Some state and local governments are confronting these challenges head-on, using Fiscal Recovery Funds to invest in efforts to reduce carbon emissions and improve energy efficiency, stem pollution, clean up environmental hazards, and mitigate or reduce harm to habitats from a variety of sources.
As K-12 schools continue to recover from COVID-19 pandemic disruptions, states can equitably support students, especially students of color, English learners, students with disabilities, and those from families with low incomes, to complete unfinished learning and address the widening education opportunity gap.
Detailed allocation information for the Coronavirus State and Local Fiscal Recovery Funds published by the U.S. Department of the Treasury.