Trump Presidency Could Reshape Policies for Children and Youth
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WASHINGTON — Donald Trump’s presidential victory could significantly reshape policies for youth and families during the next four years.
During the campaign, Trump offered scant details about the policies he would support for children and families in specific areas youth service workers watch closely, such as child welfare, youth homelessness, after-school programming and child nutrition.
But he made his support for broader changes that could significantly reshape families’ lives well known, such as harsher immigration measures, cuts in federal spending and repeal of the Affordable Care Act.