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December 2014

Because Relationships Matter: Improving Opportunities and Outcomes for Youth in Foster Care

Developing healthy and lasting relationships is essential for young people to become successful and productive adults.

Issue Area:
Child Welfare
December 2014

Enrollment in Connecticut's HUSKY Program Increased Under the Affordable Care Act

As a result of the Affordable Care Act (ACA), Connecticut is getting closer to covering every eligible Connecticut resident.

Issue Area:
Health
November 2014

Impact on Early Care and Education of the Governor's Proposed Rescissions to the FY15 Budget

On November 20, 2014, in order to reduce an anticipated budget shortfall for State Fiscal Year 2015, Governor Dannell Malloy announced rescissions.

Issue Areas:
Budget and Tax, Early Care
November 2014

Poverty, Income, and Health Insurance in Connecticut Cities and Towns: Summary of 2011-2013 Data from the American Community Survey

In October 2014, the U.S. Census Bureau released new data on social and economic indicators for 54 Connecticut cities and towns with populations greater than 20,000

Issue Areas:
Family Economic Security, Health
September 2014

Connecticut's Invisible Opportunity Gap: Academic Challenges Facing Children and Youth in Foster Care

This report documents that Connecticut children in foster care lag their peers academically. 

Issue Areas:
Child Welfare, Education
September 2014

Poverty, Median Income, and Health Insurance in Connecticut:Summary of 2013 American Community Survey Census Data

Data released by the U.S. Census Bureau, as analyzed by Connecticut Voices for Children, detailed the level of poverty and uninsured rates in Connecticut, its counties, and its major cities.

Issue Areas:
Family Economic Security, Health
September 2014

Keeping Kids Covered: Continuing Federal Funding for Connecticut's HUSKY Program

The HUSKY Program in Connecticut provides health insurance for over 300,000 children under Medicaid (HUSKY A) and Connecticut’s separate Children’s Health Insurance Program (HUSKY B). 

Issue Area:
Health
September 2014

State of Working Connecticut 2014

Five years after the official end of the Great Recession, Connecticut workers continue to face an economy with fewer jobs, falling wages, and rising inequality.

Issue Area:
Family Economic Security
September 2014

Enrollment in Connecticut's HUSKY Program Increased Under the Affordable Care Act

As a result of the Affordable Care Act (ACA), Connecticut is getting closer to covering every eligible Connecticut resident.

Issue Area:
Health
August 2014

Strengthening Economic Security for Connecticut Families

Children’s health, safety, education, and well-being are largely dependent on their families' ability to make ends meet.  For decades, Connecticut’s working families have faced stagnating wages, rising costs, and growing economic insecurity.

Issue Area:
Family Economic Security