Child Rights & Remedies

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2000 Bipartisan Campaign Reform Act, 27
Access to political/legal remedies, 23
Agency advocacy, 81
Administrative Procedure Act, 82
ex parte contacts, 82
standard setting and children, 83
sunshine statutes, 82
Autism, 262
Budget advocacy, .83
advocacy strategies, 88
501(c)(3) status, 88
bonds/debt instruments, 89
bulk purchasing, 89
crime victim restitution funds, 89
cy pres funds, 90
grants, 89
industry fees, 90
interest deferral and forgiveness, 90
leveraging federal funds, 89
minimum floor, 88
punitive damage awards, 90
regulatory cross subsidies, incentives, 90
special district/special fund financing, 88
special products, 90
tax expenditures, 89
tuition reductions, 90
use of existing bureaucracy, 89
devolution, 84
disinvestment in children, 87
entitlement status, 86
inflation adjustments, 84
intrastate realignment, 85
reductions and supplantation, 84
suspense file referrals, 85
tax expenditures, 86
Campaign contributions, 24
Campaign reform, 27
Child abuse (see Child Protection)
Child care, 294
demographics, 294
costs, 296
demand, 294
supply, 295
federal statutes, 296
21st Century Learning Center grants, 297
Child Care and Development Fund, 296
Head Start, 297
judicial interpretation, 299
tax subsidies, 298
provision of child care for working poor, 298
quality, 303


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