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Talking about the 2012 Elections!

G is for Greens Part 3: DIY Plantable Paper!

Posted July 23, 2014 by Migdalia Rivera

Homemade plantable seed paper is a simple DIY project that can be done at home in a very short time. It can be used in a variety of ways. Given that I enjoy hosting parties and gathering, I use homemade plantable seed paper as memorable party favors and gift tags!     What I love [...]

Posted Under: Food!

House Set to Vote on Child Tax Credit Improvement* Act (*Improvement Not Included)

Posted July 23, 2014 by Susanna Birdsong

Improvement.  It’s a subjective word, I guess.  Otherwise how does H.B. 4935 get to call itself the Child Tax Credit Improvement Act of 2014?  The House is set to vote on the bill this week, and although it sounds like a winner, for millions of low-income working families it is exactly the opposite.  First, a [...]

Tell Congress: Continue funding for the Children's Health Insurance Program

Posted July 23, 2014 by Sili Recio

Take Action!It’s always nice when an investment pays off! And that’s the case when it comes to the Children’s Health Insurance Program (CHIP). It was passed in 1997 with bipartisan support from Republicans and Democrats and, along with the Medicaid program, has helped cut the number of uninsured kids by half, from 14% down to [...]

Posted Under: healthcare

G is for Greens Part 1: Growing Mesclun and Collards

Posted July 23, 2014 by Karen Showalter

Greens get a bad rap, and it's not fair. Because they're easy to grow, they taste awesome, and they're really good for you, too! I'll admit: getting kids to eat greens can be particularly challenging, as they're something of the epitome of the "vegetable". But drawing them into the process of planting, growing, cooking, eating [...]

Posted Under: Food!
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