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Mid-level dental providers are a cost effective strategy to increase access to care.
Our elected leaders make decisions that shape children's lives today and for years to come. You can be a great advocate for kids by raising kids' issues during election season. Check out these 5 questions for candidates. Print them out and take them with you to your local candidate forum! Questions? Contact Emijah Smith, Community Organizer at firstname.lastname@example.org or 206.324.0340 x25.
Gun violence has enormous consequences for children. Incidents of violence play a large role in determining whether every child has the same opportunities to grow up healthy and live in healthy communities.
That's why the Children’s Alliance endorses Initiative 594 and opposes Initiative 591. Both initiatives will appear on the election ballots of voters all across Washington state. Read more.
Children’s Alliance joined with the Washington Low Income Housing Alliance and Columbia Legal Services on 8-4-2014 to file an Amicus Curiae brief with the state Supreme Court, opposing one of the Court’s proposed remedies in the McCleary v. Washington case. The brief requests that, as the state moves to comply with the Court’s ruling, it refrain from funding education in a way that jeopardizes housing and other basic services to children and families.