A Voice For Arizona’s Children For More Than 25 Years
  • Happy Tax Day!

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    Whether you filed your tax return weeks ago, are sending it off sometime today, or have filed for an extension, you may be wondering if everyone else is paying their share of taxes. Often, this question comes up from people who worry that families with low incomes don’t owe any ...

    Happy Tax Day!
  • JOIN THE ARIZONA CAMPAIGN FOR CHANGE

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    The legislative session is over, but we can’t let the grassroots protests about the bad budget decisions disappear. Write a short message to Governor Ducey today and join other Arizonans like you who want a better state budget for a brighter Arizona future.

    JOIN THE ARIZONA CAMPAIGN FOR CHANGE
  • The 2015 Legislative Session is Over

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    The legislators have left the Capitol but the rest of us around the state have to deal with the damage. And there is a lot of damage. In the name of fiscal responsibility, Governor Ducey and the majority of legislators voted for a budget with austere and damaging cuts to childre ...

    The 2015 Legislative Session is Over
  • 2015 Champions for Children

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    Please join Children's Action Alliance, community leaders, legislators and fellow advocates to honor the 2015 Champions for Children.

    2015 Champions for Children
  • A Bad Budget for Arizona

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    In the early hours of Saturday, March 7, the Arizona legislature passed the budget for the fiscal year beginning July 1, 2015. While the budget balances revenues and expenditures for one year, it lacks a greater vision for Arizona's children and families and future.

    A Bad Budget for Arizona
  • Letters to Governor Ducey

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    Over the last few months Children’s Action Alliance has gathered letters from students in Arizona written to Governor Ducey about their feelings on the state of public education in Arizona. These letters are full of inspiration and dreams. They talk about love and trauma in ...

    Letters to Governor Ducey
  • Find Your Elected Officials

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    Kids can’t speak out for themselves but YOU can help make their voices heard through Children’s Action Alliance! Please use your voice to help Arizona’s children at the state capitol and our federal capitol in Washington D.C.

    Find Your Elected Officials

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Happy Tax Day!

Tax day bar chart April 15, 2015 Whether you filed your tax return weeks ago, are sending it off sometime today, or have filed for an extension, you may be wondering if everyone else is paying their share of taxes. Often, this question comes up from people who worry that families with low incomes don’t owe any income taxes.

Ducey Unbalances His Budget

person trying to steal boy's piggy bank April 13, 2015 Governor Ducey and a majority of state lawmakers said they had to make dramatic cuts to K-12 and university education, child care, health care, and child safety because it is their top priority to put the budget back into so-called “structural balance.” But after the budget was adopted, those very same lawmakers voted for several more tax cuts that throw the budget out of balance and still leave children and education behind.

JOIN THE ARIZONA CAMPAIGN FOR CHANGE

Postcard April 6, 2015 The legislative session is over, but we can’t let the grassroots protests about the bad budget decisions disappear. Write a short message to Governor Ducey today and join other Arizonans like you who want a better state budget for a brighter Arizona future.

The 2015 Legislative Session is Over

sad girl computer small April 3, 2015 The legislators have left the Capitol but the rest of us around the state have to deal with the damage. And there is a lot of damage. In the name of fiscal responsibility, Governor Ducey and the majority of legislators voted for a budget with austere and damaging cuts to children, families, and education. Then, those same lawmakers voted YES on new special interest tax cuts that clearly and deliberately move the budget further away from structural balance.

Thank your Congressperson for voting for kids’ healthcare

child taking action March 30, 2015 Last Thursday, the US House of Representatives voted overwhelmingly to extend the Children's Health Insurance Program (CHIP). The passage of this bill will extend federal funding for health insurance coverage and provide health programs for millions of children.