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February 2014

Impact of the Governor's FY 2015 Budget Revisions on Children

Over the past two decades, a declining share of the state budget has been targeted to investments in children and families.

Issue Area:
Budget and Tax
February 2014

Where Should We Look to Fund Public Investment? Mapping Connecticut's Revenue Landscape

As Connecticut faces projected budget deficits and a shrinking portion of the state budget targeted to children and families, this report comparing Connecticut’s state revenue system to those

Issue Area:
Budget and Tax
January 2014

Introducing the Children's Budget: Part II of the Shifting Priorities Series

Over the past two decades, Connecticut has committed less and less of its state budget to young people.  Spending on the “Children's Budget” – state government spending t

Issue Area:
Budget and Tax
January 2014

Poverty, Income, and Health Insurance in Connecticut Cities and Towns: Summary of 2008-2012 American Community Survey Census Data

This fact sheet summarizes Census estimates for some key child and family well-being measures in all cities and towns in Connecticut.  Through the American Community Survey, the Census provide

Issue Areas:
Family Economic Security, Health
January 2014

Poverty, Income, and Health Insurance in Connecticut Cities and Towns: Summary of 2010-2012 Data from the American Community Survey

This fact sheet summarizes Census estimates for some key child and family well-being measures in 54 cities and towns in Connecticut.  Through the American Community Survey, the Census provided

Issue Areas:
Family Economic Security, Health
January 2014

Connecticut Early Care & Education Progress Report, 2013

This edition of our annual Early Care and Education Progress Report, which looks at funding and program developments through Fiscal Year 2013, finds that:

Issue Area:
Early Care
January 2014

Raise the Grade: Improving Educational Opportunities for Children in State Care

For youth in the care or custody of the state, school attendance and achievement provide an opportunity to experience normalcy, when other facets of their lives are in disarray.

Issue Areas:
Child Welfare, Education
January 2014

Fewer Children Experience Gaps or Loss of Coverage in the HUSKY Program

This report on the enrollment of children in the state’s HUSKY health insurance program finds that fewer children are experiencing interruptions in or loss of their health care coverage.

Issue Area:
Health
October 2013

Removing the Quirks in Connecticut's Treatment of Federal Funds

In the 2013 legislative session, quirks in Connecticut’s state budget translated into a budget impasse: the state spending cap threatened to prevent Connecticut from accepting federal funds to pay for the Affordable Care Act’s expansion of Medicaid coverage.

Issue Area:
Budget and Tax
September 2013

Poverty, Median Income, and Health Insurance in Connecticut: Summary of 2012 American Community Survey Census Data

Data from the US Census Bureau’s American Community Survey show that the official end of the Great Recession has had no real impact for the most vulnerable children in our state, who experienced a net increase in poverty from 2008 to 2012.

Issue Areas:
Family Economic Security, Health