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The $7 billion cut to the Children's Health Insurance Program as part of a $15 billion rescissions package sent to Congress would imperil "rainy-day" funding, critics say.
Citing both moral imperatives and concerns about accuracy, religious groups are speaking out against a new citizenship question slated to be included in the 2020 U.S. census.
Catholic leaders decried the Senate's rejection of compromise legislation to protect Dreamers, and the role that the Trump administration played in discouraging consensus.
The state-administered program, which provides low-cost health insurance for 9 million children nationwide, lost its federal funding on Sept. 30, when it was not renewed. Families are facing difficult choices, and activists are doing what they can.