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Should sequestration be allowed to take effects
In Scranton, Pennsylvania, 59% of black children are in poverty.
By maring, a low-income mother could lose up to $10,000 in government assistance.

Since 2007, participation in SNAP dramatically increased.
Between 2000 and 2010, the nonprofit sector grew faster than the rest of the economy.
Average federal tax rate if the Fiscal Cliff is not avoided, 2013

Average federal tax rate if the Fiscal Cliff is not avoided, 2013
During the recession, growth in TANF participation did not keep pace with the rise in unemployment.
The Children's share of the budget delinced by 23% during hte past 50 years.

More than half of households have adjusted gross incomes (AGI) under $40,000; just 3% make more than $200,000.
Although most reviewed cases met the federal definition of human trafficking, only 18% were charged as such
Benefits of Washington D.C. community-based substance abuse treatment outweigh costs 55% of the time.

1.3 million non-elderly veterans (1 in 10) are uninsured, as are 950,000 members of their families.
TANF caseload over time
Percentage of Health Expenditures Spent on Preventable Diseases

Who Receives WIC?
Percentage of Americans Age 62+ Who Began Collecting Social Security
How Each Federal Dollar is Spent on Low-Income Children

Change in Homeownership rate for African Americans by Age Group, 2000 to 2010
Who Has Medicaid?
Median Annual Earnings for Employed Women

Historic maximum ordinary and capital gains tax rates
With the Affordable Care Act, the number of uninsured would decrease more with the health insurance mandate than without it.
Retirement Account Accumulations

Projected Average Social Security Benefits Under NCFRR's Proposal
Noncash Charitable Contributions by Type
Cash and Noncash Charitable Contributions Among High-Income Taxpayers

Cas and Noncash Charitable Contributions, 1988 to 2009
Strengthening Families Through Stronger Fathers
Focus on Chronic Diseases Could Save Medicare and Medicaid

Between 1999 and 2009 Revenues and Expenses of Reporting Nonprofits Grew
The Basic Health Program Would Reduce Near-Poor Adults' Annual Premiums and Out of Pocket Costs from $1652 to $192

For Ever Dollar These Cities Spent on Surveillance Systems, the Crimes Prevented Saved...
Unemployment Benefits Kept 3.2 Million Americans Out of Poverty in 2010
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