Top 15 Website Resources in 2011

As we enter the new year, we have looked back to review the issues or topics that captured our website vistors’ attention throughout the year. Below we have identified the 15 most popular resources on the First Focus Campaign for Children website in 2011. Here they are:

  • The State Flexibility Act Harms Children, Disrupts Coverage, and Ends CHIP as We Know It by Lisa Shapiro (June 1, 2011 - fact sheet)
  • Cutting Health Care for Kids is Like Stealing Candy from a Baby (June 23, 2011 - advertisement)
  • Debt Ceiling Deal Leaves Education Programs Vulnerable, Protects Medicaid and CHIP (August 1, 2011 - press release)
  • Advocacy Group Names Top Leaders in Congress for Kids (October 1, 2010 – Champions for Children press release)
  • The Foster Children Opportunity Act: Guaranteeing a Bright Future for Foster Youth by Shadi Houshyar (November 3, 2011 – fact sheet)
  • Child Advocates Urge Congress to Reject the State Flexibility Act (June 1, 2011 – press release)
  • Extreme Anti-Immigrant Laws Tear Families Apart and Create Fear, Not Jobs by Rep. Raul Grijalva (December 1, 2011 – guest blog)
  • House Approves Legislation that Cuts Children from Health Coverage (May 13, 2011 – press release)
  • State, National Children’s Groups Applaud New Legislation Protecting Abuse and Neglect Victims from Deportation (November 4, 2011 – press release)
  • First Focus Hails Casey Bill to Strengthen and Build State Early Learning Systems (March 3, 2011 – press release)
  • Landmark Bill Establishes Continuity Between Early Childhood and K-12 Education (August 5, 2011 – press release)
  • The Secondary School Reentry Act Provides Avenue to Reengage Disconnected Youth (May 23, 2011 – press release)
  • House Approves Drastic Cuts to Nutrition Supports for Low-income Children and Mothers (June 17, 2011 – press release)
  • New Bill Introduced to Call Attention to Federal Investments in Children (April 15, 2011 – press release)
  • Senator Wyden Introduces Bill Promoting Accountability and Excellence in Child Welfare (August 3, 2011 – press release)

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