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Home > Advocacy > CWLA Calls on President Barck Obama to Convene a White House Conference on Children and Youth in 2010

 
 

CWLA Calls on President Barack Obama to Convene a White House Conference on Child Welfare in 2010

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     - HR 618 is in the Education and Labor Committee (Cosponsors Rep. Fattah, D-PA,
       Rep Platts, R-PA)

     - S. 938 is in the Senate Help Committee (Cosponsors Sen. Landrieu, D-LA, Sen. Burr, R-NC)


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CWLA calls on the new President to convene a White House Conference on Children and Youth in 2010. No such conference has been held since 1970. Three decades have passed without the White House bringing the focus of the nation to examine the state of our children. CWLA is calling on the next President to once again use the power of the White House to organize a national conference on the welfare of our children and establish national goals for improvement in the subsequent 10 years.


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