Federal spending on children falls to lowest level in a decade
from NBC News
Federal spending on children in the United States fell to the lowest level in a decade in 2018, negatively impacting working families with children, according to a report by the Urban Institute. Spending fell to about $6,200 per child younger than 19. The decline was driven by a reduction in federal spending on education and nutrition programs and a temporary reduction in child-related tax credits.
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