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Children’s Budget 2017

| November 17, 2017 |

Children are receiving less than 8 percent of the federal budget—and this share fell 5.5 percent between 2014 and 2017, according to Children’s Budget 2017,


Family Tax Policy: A Path Forward to Lifting Children out of Poverty

| March 14, 2017 |

  On March 14, 2017 the U.S. Child Poverty Action Group released Family Tax Policy: A Path Forward to Lifting Children out of Poverty. The


Resource Guide: Building a Bright Future for All

| February 2, 2017 |

  This resource was originally posted by the U.S. Department of Education.   In a continuing effort to inform the community of stakeholders


Kids’ Share 2016: Report on Federal Expenditures on Children Through 2015 and Future Projections

| September 20, 2016 |

Kids’ Share 2016 is our tenth annual analysis of federal spending and tax investments in children and families. The report finds the children’s share of the


Children’s Budget 2016

| July 7, 2016 |

Federal spending dedicated to children represents just 7.83 percent of the federal budget in fiscal year 2016 and total spending on children’s programs has


The Racial Generation Gap and the Future for Our Children

| January 12, 2016 |

Children are not faring well in America. Over the course of the current campaign cycle, eight million children will be born in this country.


The New Joe Camel in Your Pantry: Marketing liquid nicotine to children with candy and cereal brands

| October 6, 2015 |

Advocates and lawmakers have been warning about the risks of liquid nicotine to children in increasingly popular e-cigarettes, and worst fears were confirmed when


Kids’ Share 2015: Report on Federal Expenditures on Children in 2014 and Future Projections

| September 29, 2015 |

Kids’ Share 2015 is our ninth annual analysis of federal spending and tax investments in children and families. The report finds the children’s share


Children’s Budget 2015

| June 24, 2015 |

The federal government makes more than 200 distinct investments in children. These include traditional children’s initiatives like education and child abuse and neglect prevention. They


Does CBO Need a Nudge to Invest in Our Children?

| May 8, 2015 |

In this essay, Dr. James S. Marks, director of the Health Group at the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation, discusses the Congressional Budget Office’s (CBO)