New analysis of the Build Back Better plan by the Center on Budget and Policy Priorities (CBPP) considers steps the legislation would take to holistically address child poverty in the United States, through child care and education investments, tax incentives for low income families, affordable housing subsidies, and other measures. Read the report >
Authors: Danilo Trisi, Kris Cox, Zoë Neuberger, Gideon Lukens, Will Fischer, Javier Balmaceda, and Samantha Jacoby
Published on November 10, 2021
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