Statement on House GOP’s “Limit, Save, Grow” Proposal

The “Limit, Save, Grow” Proposal will Directly Harm Families

WASHINGTON D.C. – In response to the House GOP’s “Limit, Save, Grow” proposal, Nicole Jorwic, Chief of Advocacy and Campaigns at Caring Across Generations, released the following statement:

“Just yesterday millions of Americans celebrated an unprecedented and historic executive order by the Biden Administration to improve the care infrastructure and bolster the care economy. While it’s no shock, it’s still incredibly heartbreaking that just a day later, the House GOP put forward their ‘Limit, Save, Grow’ proposal that would do the exact opposite: cause direct harm to families across this country and to our care infrastructure. 

“Regardless of what Speaker McCarthy says, this proposal is directly attacking vital federal programs like Medicaid and SNAP that not only help millions of older adults, children, and disabled people, but also benefit our economic resilience and help create a sustainable future where everyone can thrive.

“Adding work requirements to Medicaid has failed in the past. The Republican plan to take Medicaid away from people who do not meet new work requirements would mean that people who are in poor health or who have a disability could lose their health care and hurt older people ages 50 to 65, including those with disabilities, for whom there are few job opportunities.

“Instead of cutting Medicaid and taking health care away from people, Congress should do more to make the wealthy and big corporations pay their fair share. Our economy will not be able to fully recover and thrive if people who are already squeezed by the lack of investments in care have even more taken away.”


Caring Across Generations is a national organization of family caregivers, care workers, disabled people, and aging adults working to transform the way we care in this country so that care is accessible, affordable and equitable — and our systems of care enable everyone to live and age with dignity. To achieve our vision, we transform cultural norms and narratives about aging, disability and care; win federal and state-level policies; and build power amongst the people touched by care. For more information, visit