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

We also announced our new Vice President for State Fiscal Policy and Communications, Meg Wiehe.

Chart of the Week – House Republican Budget Likely to Feature the Same Approach – Severe Cuts – as Their Past Budgets

A variety of news outlets featured CBPP’s work and experts this past week. Here are some of our highlights:

U.S. braces for costly government shutdown in eight days
Washington Post
September 22, 2023

Funding for WIC food assistance remains uncertain amid budget fight
Route Fifty
September 22, 2023

It should be easy for Congress to prioritize the well-being of children and families
Bangor Daily News
September 21, 2023

WI Families Could See “Double Whammy” From Budget Policies
September 20, 2023

La pobreza infantil aumentó el año pasado. Sabemos cómo solucionarlo 
La Opinión
September 19, 2023

IRS will “substantially” reduce audits on low-income tax credit, commissioner says
September 19, 2023

Proposed WIC funding cuts raise nutrition concerns for low-income families
PBS NewsHour
September 18, 2023

U.S. Child Poverty more than doubles as expanded pandemic tax credits expire
September 17, 2023

Lessons in conquering child poverty
New Yorker
September 15, 2023

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