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    State Groups Organize Against Cuts

    Efforts in Congress to reach agreement on final spending for 2011 continue to drag on. Last week the Senate rejected both the long-term House continuing resolution (H.R. 1) and the Senate alternative…

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    Budget Fog: No Clearing in Sight

    The topics of deficit reduction and the need to raise the debt ceiling hang over Washington like ground fog, seeping into every discussion of the budget and appropriations process for the upcoming fi…

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    The FY 2011 Chess Game: It’s the Senate’s Move

    The chess game to reach agreement on final federal spending for FY 2011 continues, with the Senate voting this week on two funding bills.

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    Early Language and Literacy: A Window Slammed Shut

    Yesterday, the Senate approved the same two-week extension of stopgap funding the House passed on Tuesday to keep the government operating until March 18th. This swift action may have closed a window…

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    Stop-Gap Funding Bill Still Targets Kids

    With funding for the federal government set to run out this Friday, the House of Representatives has put an offer on the table for a two-week extension of the current continuing resolution with $4 bi…

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    Babies & the President’s 2012 Budget

    Although the FY 2011 funding process is taking center stage at the Capitol, the delivery last week of the President’s FY 2012 budget proposal provided a preview of coming attractions.

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    FY 2011 Funding Battle Moves to the Senate

    Next week, Congress will return to Washington, and Senators will take up their version of a continuing resolution that will fund government programs for the remainder of this fiscal year. The House a…

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    Our inaugural blog!

    The first day of our Federal Policy Baby Blog comes as momentous events for programs affecting infants and toddlers are unfolding in Washington. It should have been a Valentine for babies, but there …