2023 Legislative Priorities

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2022 Legislative Scorecard

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Health. Education. Security.

199

Young Adults

who lived in foster care now have access to a college education with a tuition waiver

5,000

Children

being raised by their grandparents or other relatives have more stability thanks to a small financial stipend

30,000

Children

in working families have more access to quality early learning through improved child care policies

750,000

Arizona Children

can still count on affordable health coverage through Medicaid and KidsCare

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Our 2023 Legislative Priorities

We urge elected officials to protect Arizona’s ability to meet the education, health care, and human services needs of vulnerable children and families by not introducing new tax cuts, tax credits, or any other legislation that reduces state revenue.

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Issues we support

We work to create an Arizona where every child is safe, loved, and has access to quality education and affordable health care.

AZ Kids Count Data Book

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Our signature resource, the Arizona KIDS COUNT Data Book, is the only Data Book that focuses on statewide data trends about children. The Data Book is one of many ways we inform and influence others to advance policies to benefit Arizona children.

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