DeLauro: Child Tax Credit Comes Up Short

By Paul Bass, New Haven Independent


Two leading anti-poverty advocacy groups — the Center on Law and Social Policy and Center on Budget and Priorities — issued statements in favor of the compromise. They argued that the compromise takes an ​important first step” by increasing payments that cover 16 million of an estimated 19 million children left behind by the expiration of the credit. Read their statements here and here.

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