Track federal investments in our children. Search for funding data on more than 180 federal programs that benefit children by entering criteria in the fields below.
More than 400 national, state, and local organizations sent a letter to President Barack Obama and congressional leadership, urging action this year to protect the health of millions of children by protecting funding for the Children's Health Insurance Program. Learn more.
The federal Fiscal Year 2014 consolidated appropriations deal makes real and important progress in reducing the harm done by 2013's federal budget sequestration. But as this detailed analysis shows, funding for critical children's priorities still remains below 2012 levels. Learn more.
A new Urban Institute analysis of federal spending and tax investments in children, Kids' Share 2013 offers alarming insights about the trend in federal investments in kids and the direction of future policy. It also underscores the importance of timely issues, like the federal tax reform debate, for America's children. Download Kids' Share 2013.
The detailed guide offers five-year funding data for more than 180 distinct federal investments in children. Children's Budget 2013 is the definitive resource for those seeking for policymakers and advocates working to improve the lives of America’s youth. Download a PDF or an ebook version or order a hardcopy today.
March 7, 2014
By Shadi Houshyar
On February 19, Pennsylvania Governor Tom Corbett submitted his Healthy Pennsylvania Medicaid Waiver proposal to Health and Human Services (…
March 6, 2014
By Cara Baldari
This week House Budget Committee Chair Paul Ryan released The War on Poverty: 50 Years Later, which examines a number of government initiat
March 6, 2014
By Bruce Lesley
Following in the footsteps of other governors like Texas’s Rick Perry, last week Utah Governor Gary