Catching up on 31 Ways in 31 Days
If you haven’t been following the 31 Ways in 31 Days series by the Wisconsin Council on Children and Families, it’s not too late to start!
Every day in July, the WCCF blog has been highlighting a different way the state budget affects children and families. Following the series is a good way to keep abreast of the impact the budget will have on children and families.
Here’s topics the 31 Ways in 31 Days project has covered so far in July:
- Way #1: Massive Cuts to Schools Threaten Wisconsin’s Tradition of High-Quality Education
- Way #2: Unspecified, Unchecked Cuts to BadgerCare
- Way #3: Using Federal Welfare Dollars for Other Purposes, Such as Tax Cuts
- Way #4: Cuts in WI Shares Jeopardizes Working Families’ Access to Quality Child Care
- Way #5: Tuition Hikes and Financial Aid Freeze Are Double Whammy for Students
- Way #6: Closing Juvenile Detention Facilities Saves Money, Costs Jobs
- Way #7: Mixed News for Community Health Centers and Dental Health Care
- Way #8: W-2 Changes Reduce Mother-Baby Bonding Time
- Way #9: Extra Cuts to Tobacco Use Control
- Way #10: Internet Crimes Task Force Gains Staff
- Way #11: Phase-Out of Wisconsin Covenant Program Represents Another Obstacle to Education
- Way #12: Removing Men from the Medicaid Family Planning Waiver and Restricting Eligibility for Women
- Way #13: The Read to Lead Task Force: Is it Enough?
- Way #14: A One-Year Reprieve for the Transitional Jobs Program
Or you can click here to see all the topics so far.