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Led advocacy for the Just Housing Amendment, which will open up access to housing for more than a million Cook County residents and their families.
Secured healthcare for 3.1 million low-income Medicaid recipients by ensuring payment to their healthcare providers through enforcement of the consent decree in Cohen v. Miller.
Lead and coordinate the Legal Impact Network, a dynamic collaborative of 36 state-based organizations from across the country working to end poverty and achieve racial justice.
Led the fight for Illinois’ recently enacted $15 minimum wage, which will lift 200,000 workers out of poverty.