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Forty years after the passage of the Indian Child Welfare Act it seems likely the Supreme Court will review it again. Maybe this time, the justices will address the real question of whether a law that sets out a different standard of protection for children of different races can truly be constitutional.
As Father’s Day approaches, additional funding for fatherhood programs should be tied to evidence of effectiveness
Responsible fatherhood programs continue to hold the promise of expanding the emotional, educational, financial, and other resources millions of children need to thrive. But calls for increased federal funding should be held to a higher standard — actual evidence that assistance provided is helping children and families thrive.
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The editors of The Washington Post aptly warned last week that, if the Cadillac tax is repealed, the “already out-of-whack health care system will become more so, and bipartisan profligacy and pandering will have triumphed again.” We will soon learn whether Congress will take that path.