#childtaxcredit
Engagement by party
From Rep. DeLauro, representing Connecticut
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Let's not forget — the monthly #ChildTaxCredit was a lifeline to the middle class and lifted half of our nation’s children out of poverty.

Everyday I'm fighting to make the monthly expanded Child Tax Credit permanent. Our families deserve and need it.

Looking to claim your Child Tax Credit?

It’s not too late — you can still file your tax return to get the Child Tax Credit and additional tax benefits on

The simplified filing tool makes it easier for families to claim their benefit, don’t wait!

From Sen. Bennet, representing Colorado
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The #ChildTaxCredit expansion was a success.

I won't give up until we make this policy permanent.

Cited source — cpr.org
From Sen. Hirono, representing Hawaii
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The GetCTC portal has officially been reopened! 
 
Visit  claim the remainder of your #ChildTaxCredit and any missing amount of your third stimulus payment.

Cited source — getctc.org
From Rep. Coleman, representing New Jersey

Not being able to feed your baby is a parent’s worst nightmare—one that low-income families know too well. As we work to relieve the formula crisis, let’s not forget which party chose to push 3.7 million children back into poverty last fall.

Bring back the #ChildTaxCredit.

Washington, DC and Oakland, CA
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Ending the #ChildTaxCredit was a cruel, unnecessary policy choice.

Every single Senate Republican *chose* to force 3.7 million children into poverty.

For our children's sake, we must make better choices. We must bring back and make permanent the expanded Child Tax Credit.

From Rep. Lee, representing California
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Not being able to feed your baby is a parent’s worst nightmare—one that low-income families know too well. As we work to relieve the formula crisis, let’s not forget which party chose to push 3.7 million children back into poverty last fall.

Bring back the #ChildTaxCredit.

Ending the #ChildTaxCredit was a cruel, unnecessary policy choice.

Every single Senate Republican *chose* to force 3.7 million children into poverty.

For our children's sake, we must make better choices. We must bring back and make permanent the expanded Child Tax Credit.

From Sen. Bennet, representing Colorado
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The cost of raising a family doesn't wait for tax time.

So it's no surprise that a new study from Columbia finds the security of the monthly #ChildTaxCredit was a huge relief for families.

With Coloradans facing high costs, we must extend this benefit.

Cited source — columbia.edu
From Rep. Scanlon, representing Pennsylvania
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We know how to reduce child poverty. We did it last year.

It’s time to make the expanded #ChildTaxCredit permanent.

Cited source — nytimes.com
From Rep. DeLauro, representing Connecticut
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Right now, there's so much at stake.
 
We have to keep fighting to cut costs for working families, protect women's rights, safeguard our small businesses, make education affordable, and resume monthly #ChildTaxCredit payments.
 
Let's get this done.

From Rep. DeLauro, representing Connecticut

Thank you @POTUS Biden for your visionary leadership.

From the @WhiteHouse to homes across America, we will center those with lived experiences and work relentlessly to #EndHungerNow.

Massachusetts, USA
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During a conversation with a mother from New Haven a few months ago on the benefits of the #ChildTaxCredit, she described a nightly conversation she has with her husband.

Every night, they decide which one of them will go without dinner so that they can feed their children.

We have the resources to end hunger, and I am glad @POTUS is taking this issue seriously.

As Chair @AppropsDems, I am proud to have included funding for the White House conference on Hunger, Nutrition and Health in the recently passed federal spending package.

Cited source — mcgovern.house.gov

Thank you Rep. Rosa DeLauro (D-CT-3) for your commitment to caring for our nation’s most vulnerable—and for your leadership as we work to solve hunger once and for all. Proud to partner with you to make this historic conference a reality!