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Family Economic Security
Our family economic security policy work seeks to prioritize proven investments that
- develop our human capital, including children and young adults,
- create and sustain high-quality permanent jobs,
- broaden prosperity and economic opportunities for all state residents,
- help workers and families achieve a living wage, and
- provide equal education opportunities for all children
Learn more about family economic security issues and related resources.
- May 2013
Family Well-Being Indicators for Connecticut Cities and Towns: Summary of 2007-2011 American Community Survey Census Data
Through the American Community Survey, the Census provided five-year average estimates on social and economic indicators for the period of 2007-2011 for all cities and towns in the state.
- February 2013
This report outlines some of the proposals affecting children contained within Governor Malloy’s proposed budget, as well as their likely impacts – highlighting proposed changes in stat
- November 2012
Over the last three decades, Connecticut has shifted from being one of the most egalitarian states to having one of the biggest income gaps between rich and poor households, as indicated in this re