Child Rights and Remedies

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Index
Access to political/legal remedies. 25
Adoption and Safe Families Act of 1997, 350
Agency advocacy, 87
Administrative Procedure Act, 87
standard setting and children. 88
sunshine statutes, 87
Autism, 289
Best Pharmaceuticals for Children Act, 279
Bipartisan Campaign Reform Act of 2002, 29
Budget advocacy, 88
advocacy strategies, 88
501(c)(3) status, 100
adjusters, 89
block grants, 89
bonds/debt instruments, 100
bulk purchasing, 89
crime victim restitution funds. 101
cy presfunds. 102
grants, 101
industry fees, 102
interest deferral and forgiveness, 101
leveraging ferlerai funds. 100
minimum floor, 100
punitive damage awards, 102
regulatory cross subsidies, incentives. 101
special district/special fund financing. 100
special products. 102
supplantation. 89
tax expenditures, 101
tuition reductions. 101
use of existing bureaucracy, 101
devolution, 90
disinvestment in children, 91
entitlement status, 90
realignment. 90
supplantation. 89
suspense file referrals. 90
tax expenditures. 91
Campaign contributions. 26
Campaign reform, 29
Child abuse (see Child protection)
Child Abuse Prevention and Enforcement Act of 2000. 352
Child care. 330
demographics, 330
costs. 332
demand. 330
supply, 331
federal statutes, 332
21st Century Learning Center grants, 334
Child Care and Development Block Grant. 356
Family Support Act. 335
Head Start. 333
tax subsidies, 334
provision of child care for working poor, 334

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