Shaefer explains COVID relief plan ‘child allowance’ and its impacts on families

March 2, 2021

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U-M Poverty Solutions director Luke Shaefer discusses in an NPR podcast the Biden administration’s COVID-19 relief plan, looking at the child allowance aspect. The child allowance offers a few hundred dollars a month to families with children, aimed at cutting child poverty in the United States by a “significant margin.” In this podcast, Shaefer highlights the impact of both raising the minimum wage and child allowance on families.

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