We’re at a pivot point with child care assistance policies. Families are better off under one or more policies in 2013 than in 2012 in slightly over half the states and worse off in slightly under half the states. See where your state stands: http://www.nwlc.org/pivotpoint
Sad fact - The number of women 65 & older living in extreme poverty jumped last year. And some care more about tax cuts for the wealthy and corporate subsides than giving a helping hand to our elderly, our sick, and our poor.
The President’s plan to expand high-quality early learning opportunities funded by an increase in federal tobacco taxes would help ensure a future of smart, healthy children nationwide. Find out how many children will benefit in your state at www.smarthealthykids.org.