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    The Path to Austerity Redux

    On Wednesday, the House Budget Committee approved a budget designed by Chairman Paul Ryan, once again adopting a budget plan that would create a path to austerity for many vulnerable children and fam…

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    Standing with Immigrant Women and Children

    ZERO TO THREE has joined with a group of women from across the country this week to investigate human rights abuses against immigrant women and children in Alabama, in the wake of recent anti-immigra…

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    The ACA Toddles Toward Mothers

    The Affordable Care Act (ACA) turns two today, and throughout the week organizations, media outlets, and individuals have been reflecting on the law’s life so far.

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    Updates on the Supreme Court Oral Arguments on the Affordable Care Act

    If you’ve seen the news, you’ve seen the photos and video of proponents and opponents of the Affordable Care Act (ACA) crowding the Supreme Court building Monday as Justices heard the first hour and …

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    Supreme Court Says Affordable Care Act Constitutional: We Say “Yippee!”

    In a long-awaited decision on the fate of the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act (ACA)—otherwise known as Obamacare—the Supreme Court today upheld the law.

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    Starting Life Without a Home

    Young homeless children, usually an “invisible” population because they are hard to identify, have become much more visible on Capitol Hill over the last few weeks.

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    Do You Know Your State’s Baby Facts?

    State Baby Facts are a series of online factsheets for every state and the District of Columbia that present infant and toddler data in the framework of good health, strong families, and positive ear…

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    Does Congress Have a New Year’s Resolution for Babies?

    Funding decisions will once again need to be made for the many programs important to infants and toddlers that are funded through the annual appropriations process (discretionary programs).

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    The America Within Our Reach

    In his State of the Union speech tonight before a joint session of Congress, President Obama challenged the country to “Think about the America within our reach,” one that leads in education, creates…

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    Bryan Samuels Gives a Call to Action at the Policy Plenary

    At 8 o'clock this morning the Maryland Ballroom filled with 1,600 people to hear Bryan Samuels, Commissioner of the Administration on Children, Youth, and Families at the U.S. Department of Health an…

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    Race to the Top - Early Learning Challenge Grants Awarded

    A tone of excitement and encouragement filled the room at the White House event this morning, as early learning experts gathered to hear Arne Duncan and Kathleen Sebelius, U.S. Secretaries of Educati…

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    Babies and the Budget, FY 2012

    Babies in Early Head Start (EHS) can sleep more soundly at naptime as the Congress has reached agreement on Fiscal Year 2012 spending that will sustain the expansion of EHS and Head Start that began …