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The First Focus Campaign for Children supports legislators who stand by our nation’s children. This ad recognizing our 2015 Champions for Children and Defenders of Children ran in the October 27, 2015 edition of Roll Call.
Capitol Hill was blanketed this Spring with ads urging Congress to protect Medicare HMOs. Our web ad uses humor to remind Congress that children's health faces real threats too. It ran on The Hill's Healthwatch blog in mid-April 2014.
Here are the facts about the Ayotte proposal to deny DREAMers the refundable Child Tax Credit:
- It would harm 1 million children who grew up in the United States and consider America home
- It would harm the youngest DREAMers, the very population both parties have sought to protect
- It would take an average of $1,800 out of the pockets of low-income families that pay their taxes
- It would drive more children into poverty at a time when child poverty is already at the highest level
- in decades
The facts are clear. A vote for this proposal is a vote to harm children.
The First Focus Campaign for Children recognized the 2013 Champions for Children and Defenders of Children on Wednesday, December 11th, 2013 in The Hill newspaper.
This ad appeared in the special children's issues insert of The Hill's June 5, 2013, edition. On the eve of Senate floor consideration of comprehensive immigration reform legislation, it urges support for an amendment to give all children access to a five-year citizenship path.
This ad calling on Congress to protect critical investments in our children including early childhood, education, and nutrition from upcoming budget negotiations ran in the Jan. 11, 2013 print edition of Politico.
This ad ran in UtahPolicy.com, a leading Utah political blog, during the weeks immediately before and following the state's 2012 presidential primary election. We worked with Voices for Utah Children to place the ad, which linked to a page urging policymakers and opinion leaders to reject threats to invest in CHIP.
This ad ran in Rough & Tumble, a leading California statewide political blog, during the weeks immediately before and following the state's 2012 presidential primary election. We worked with The Children's Partnership to place the ad, which linked to a page urging policymakers and opinion leaders to reject threats to CHIP (called Healthy Families in California) at the state and federal levels.