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This week at CBPP, we focused on the federal budget, health, food assistance, and the economy.

Chart of the Week — La ampliación del crédito tributario por hijos hizo que la pobreza infantil bajara en 2021
(English version: Child Tax Credit Expansion Drove Child Poverty Sharply Downward in 2021)

A variety of news outlets recently featured CBPP’s work and experts. Here are some of the highlights:

Congress Won’t Lift Ban on Savings for People on Disability
December 21, 2022

Child tax credit expansion left out of congressional omnibus package
Maine Beacon
December 21, 2022

Americans will soon be able to save a lot more for retirement — but it might help the wealthy the most
Business Insider
December 20, 2022

IRS Gets $275 Million Funding Cut from Fiscal 2022 Levels
Bloomberg Tax
December 20, 2022

Congress reaches deal to keep Puerto Rico’s Medicaid program funded
NBC News
December 20, 2022

Miles de familias latinas resultarían afectadas si no se extiende el Crédito Tributario por Hijos: esto debes saber
December 19, 2022

Mississippi Left $47 Million in Aid To Poor Families Unspent, Prompting Calls For Reform
Mississippi Free Press
December 16, 2022

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