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10/19 - The Children's Champion, Vol. 10
In case you missed our children’s webinar series Protecting Tennessee’s Children:
Tennessee Justice Center and our national partners are thrilled to announce a free, four-part webinar series covering how Medicaid, CHIP, Medicaid expansion, the Affordable Care Act, food assistance programs and other public initiatives affect Tennessee’s children and what is at stake moving forward.
Webinar Recordings and PowerPoint Slides
Webinar I: Medicaid/TennCare
Webinar II: CHIP/CoverKids
Webinar III: SNAP
Webinar IV: AHCA
For more information:
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Our work is made possible by the David & Lucile Packard Foundation Insuring America’s Children Reaching the Finish Line Project grant that allows us to build a children-specific advocacy branch. Through this grant we have brought on attorney Kinika Young, a former partner at Bass Berry & Sims. We are thrilled and thankful for this opportunity to focus more time and resources on changing the lives of children in Tennessee for the better.