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  • 05/13/09
    2009 Children's Sabbaths Lesson Plan - Baha'i
    The 2009 Children's Sabbaths Bahai Lesson Plans to accompany your National Observance of Children's Sabbaths celebration.
  • 05/01/09
    Children in the States Factsheets
    These factsheets provide basic stats and rankings regarding poverty, health, hunger, child welfare, early childhood development, education and youth at risk for children in 2008 in each state.
  • In Harm's Way 04/08/09
    In Harm's Way - True Stories on Uninsured Texas Children
    In Harm's Way - True Stories of Uninsured Texas Children, documents the personal stories of 16 families from across Texas whose children are uninsured.
  • 03/31/09
    Cradle to Prison PipelineĀ® State Factsheets
    These factsheets provide basic state-level data on the various issues related to the pipeline including poverty, health care, early childhood education, education, child welfare, juvenile justice system and incarceration, and community violence. They also provide action steps needed to protect and reroute children from the pipeline.
  • 03/30/09
    Avoiding the Pitfalls of Refund Anticipation Loans in New York (March 2009)
    Low-income families lost $199.5 million of their Earned Income Tax Credit (EITC) benefits to high-interest, short-term loans, tax preparation fees and other financial products issued by commercial tax preparers. "Avoiding the Pitfalls of Refund Anticipation Loans in New York" asks and provides examples of ways that individuals, communities and policy makers to step up and take action to lift children out of poverty by helping their working families keep more of the benefits they've earned.
  • 03/30/09
    Avoiding the Pitfalls of Refund Anticipation Loans in California (March 2009)
    Low-income families in California lost $322.7 million of their Earned Income Tax Credit (EITC) benefits to high-interest, short-term loans, tax preparation fees and other financial products issued by commercial tax preparers. The new report "Avoiding the Pitfalls of Refund Anticipation Loans in California" by the Children's Defense Fund asks and provides examples of ways that individuals, communities and policy makers to step up and take action to lift children out of poverty by helping their working families keep more of the benefits they've earned.
  • 03/30/09
    Avoiding the Pitfalls of Refund Anticipation Loans in Ohio (March 2009)
    Low-income families in Ohio lost $105.2 million of their Earned Income Tax Credit (EITC) benefits to high-interest, short-term loans, tax preparation fees and other financial products issued by commercial tax preparers. The new report "Avoiding the Pitfalls of Refund Anticipation Loans in Ohio" by the Children's Defense Fund asks and provides examples of ways that individuals, communities and policy makers to step up and take action to lift children out of poverty by helping their working families keep more of the benefits they've earned.
  • 03/30/09
    Avoiding the Pitfalls of Refund Anticipation Loans in Mississippi (March 2009)
    Low-income families in Mississippi lost $61.4 million of their Earned Income Tax Credit (EITC) benefits to high-interest, short-term loans, tax preparation fees and other financial products issued by commercial tax preparers. The new report "Avoiding the Pitfalls of Refund Anticipation Loans in New York" by the Children's Defense Fund asks and provides examples of ways that individuals, communities and policy makers to step up and take action to lift children out of poverty by helping their working families keep more of the benefits they've earned.
  • 03/23/09
    The New Economic Recovery Law: Resources to Help Children and the Economy
    CDF gathered useful materials from federal agencies, congressional sources, and advocacy and other organizations so you can begin familiarizing yourself with the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act (Recovery Act) funding and program activities available in your state and community. To ensure that children and families truly benefit from these increased funds, it is important to identify funding coming into your state that can be used to invest in children, families, and communities. These links will be updated on a regular basis, so check back frequently.
  • 03/16/09
    Avoiding the Pitfalls of Refund Anticipation Loans
    This report finds that low-income families lose billions to predatory commercial tax preparers and highlights the importance of tax credits for working families in tough economic times.
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