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The House passed a bill Friday that would gradually increase the popular child tax credit and make it available to more families with higher incomes. However, millions of low-income families would lose the $1,000-a-child credit in 2018, when
Many North County schools will have additional counselors, teacher aides and other staff members when students return in the fall as part of a new state plan to give community members more say in how dollars are spent. The new plan, introduced by Gov.
Auckland [ change ] Wind Max 14° Min 12° Low income families 'hit hardest by global crisis' CTU, Fuseworks July 8, 2014, 8:29 pm "The effects on families of the global financial crisis, lack of adjustment of the accommodation supplement and high
Well now, pediatricians will advise you to read to your newborn infant under new guidelines released by the American Academy of Pediatrics . Reading to children and with children is a very joyous event and a way of fostering a relationship, as well
Results contradict body of older work of children born several decades ago This may be because of different cultural attitudes and more readily available and higher-quality child care, the study said Published: 08:05 EST, 17 June 2014 Updated: 08:05
Joe Hockey greets Sydney Institute executive director Gerard Henderson ahead of a speech arguing the merits of the budget. Dan Himbrechts/AAP One month on, the job of selling Australia's budget continues. Treasurer Joe Hockey argues criticism of the
As Jews, we are called to care for this earth and the people who inhabit it--and it is with this dual responsibility in mind that Reform CA, a campaign of the Reform Jewish Movement in California, urges our lawmakers in Sacramento to allocate a
The Pacific Daily News asked the island's senators whether they support an increase in the minimum wage and why, or why not. Below are the responses of senators who answered the question. Six senators did not respond. Sen. Frank Aguon Jr., D-Yona: "
Middle-income families in Florida would have a chance to receive a private-school voucher under a significant expansion of the states existing program approved Friday by the Florida Legislature. The $300 million program already serves nearly 60,000
But that goal is increasingly unattainable for middle-income families as a tightening market pushes up rents ever faster, outrunning modest rises in pay. The strain is not limited to the usual high-cost cities like New York and San Francisco. An