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Babies on the omnibus: Analysis of the fiscal year 2014 spending bill

Today's young children are the key to the long-term security and global competitiveness of our country. How we support their development now will determine the strength of our nation in the future. The analysis below examines the FY 2014 omnibus spending bill from the perspective of supporting all aspects needed for positive, healthy development of infants and toddlers--good health, strong families, and positive early learning experiences. The chart below includes FY 2012 and FY 2013 pre-sequester funding, with an indication of how the FY 2014 levels compare with FY 2013. A little more than half of the discretionary programs that affect infants and toddlers did not return to their FY 2013 pre-sequester funding levels, although some did see partial restoration of funds. Some of the programs that recovered funds were small, however, so did not require major amounts of increased funding. (author abstract)
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