Virginia Interfaith Center for Public Policy's file:
Virginia Interfaith Center for Public Policy

The Virginia Interfaith Center for Public Policy is a nonpartisan coalition of faith communities seeking to create progressive public policy.

Recent statements involving Virginia Interfaith Center for Public Policy

"In 1968, a full-time worker earning minimum wage, could actually support a family of three above the poverty line. Today, that same worker would earn less than the poverty line for a family of two."

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