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The relief bill signed by Biden could take a huge — if temporary — bite out of child poverty

About half of all Black and Latinx children will benefit from the expansion of the child tax credit, which is also expected to help women return to work by providing funds for child care.  Chabeli Carrazana Originally published by The 19th

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Texas distorts its past – and Sam Houston’s legacy – to defend Confederate monuments

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‘Tough Guy’ Cuomo’s Hard Reign Over MTA Shaken by Growing Scandals

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Cuomo Investigation OKed by Assembly as First Step Toward Impeachment

Josefa Velasquez, THE CITY This article was originally publishedon Mar 11 at 10:50pm ESTby THE CITY State Assembly Democrats took a first step Thursday toward impeaching Gov. Andrew Cuomo — authorizing an investigation to determine whether there are grounds to remove him over multiple sexual harassment allegations and his handling of nursing home deaths. In

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