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Tracking how poverty affects families in U.S. and what can be done to overcome it.
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Newsroom: Families & Households: More Young Adults are Living in Their Parents' Home, Census Bureau Reports

Census Bureau Reports: More Young Adults are Living in their Parents' Home http://t.co/8Z5se6CE...

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Medicaid Block Grants are Bad for Kids | First Focus

Medicaid Block Grants are Bad for Kids | First Focus | child poverty | Scoop.it

Report by Peter Harbage and Sarah Arnquist highlighting the negative consequences of various proposals to block grant the Medicaid program.


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Beth Kanter's comment, November 11, 2011 11:59 AM
Welcome to Scoop.It! You did a fantastic presentation at the training. One thing I do is pin a link at the top to the basics of the topic. You might want to do this and link over to your web site with some 101s around the issue - the reason is that you might have folks discover your scoop.it who want to learn about the issue and might need the basics. See how I did it over at my content curation list.
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One Million Additional Children in Poverty Since 2009 - Carsey Institute

One Million Additional Children in Poverty Since 2009 - Carsey Institute | child poverty | Scoop.it

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Cuts to Medicaid hurt the poor - JSOnline

The complex changes proposed by the Walker administration are a smoke screen for forcing tens of thousands of people off BadgerCare and slashing the quality of coverage for many of those fortunate enough to remain in the program. Walker and his allies in the Legislature plan to drop 53,000 people off BadgerCare unless the federal government approves a waiver that would allow Wisconsin to make a number of changes that currently violate federal law.


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