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Policy Briefing June 2012

Posted on June 2, 2012

In this issue:
– Increases to the EITC and Minimum Wage Should be Reinforced With Subsidized Jobs, Anti-Discrimination Enforcement, and Relief from State-Owed Child Support Collections to Enable Parents to Achieve Economic Security for Their Families
– EEOC Provides Updated Guidance on Use of Criminal Records in Employment Decisions, Cites Disparate Impact of Criminal Justice System

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Policy Briefing December 2011

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In this issue:
– Twelve State’s General Assistance Programs Open to Employable Noncustodial Parents; Income and Asset Rules Typically Limit Eligibility to People Experiencing Extreme Poverty
– Hispanic Workers 26% Less Likely to Receive Unemployment Insurance in Selected States; Black Workers 9% Less Likely
– Alabama Reduces Interest Rate on Child Support Arrears; 39% of U.S. Child Support Cases Potentially Subject to Routine Interest Charges

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Policy Briefing September 2011

Posted on September 2, 2011

In this issue:
– “Reentry Housing Guide” Underlines Scarcity of Housing Options and Challenges for Potential Solutions
– Local Analysis of Food Insecurity Reveals 1 in 4 Persons “Struggling With Hunger” in High Risk Counties
– Launch of Bank On Chicago Highlights Programs Aiming to Increase Financial Security for Low-Income People

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Policy Briefing July 2011

Posted on July 2, 2011

In this issue:
– BEST Incomes for Noncustodial Parents Paying Child Support
– Black Unemployment Two to Nearly Three Times Higher Than White Unemployment in Some Southern States
– Sexual Trauma Affects Fathers’ Involvement in Child Protection Services and Access to Their Children
– Wisconsin Supreme Court Rules on State Termination of Parental Rights Statute

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Policy Briefing April 2011

Posted on April 2, 2011

In this issue:
– HHS Grants Will Focus on Barriers to Self-Sufficiency, Innovation and Proven Track Record in Fatherhood and Marriage Programs
– Child Support Policy Reforms in President’s 2012 Budget Proposal
– GAO Report on Child Support: Most States Did Not Implement “Family First” Policy
– Study Concludes: “America Is Still Racially Segregated in the Workplace” Leading to Lower Wages for Black Men
– US Supreme Court Hears Arguments in Child Support Right to Counsel Case

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Policy Briefing February 2011

Posted on February 2, 2011

In this issue:
– CFFPP Submits Friend of Court Brief to US Supreme Court in Child Support Right to Counsel Case
– California Fatherhood Initiative Seeks to Create Network of Organizations
– Voting Rights of People With Felony Convictions Restricted by New Iowa Governor
– Supporting Fathers to Improve Pregnancy Outcomes and Reduce Disparities in Black Infant Health