Parents, grandparents, advocates and health care professionals told state legislators M
No Kidding: Children's Alliance Blog
A new report ought to prompt state lawmakers to further our kids’ education and e
Children’s Alliance is pleased to announce the Voices for Child
This Mother’s Day, we can do one thing for mothers, mothers-to-be and women all across
We recently gathered our thoughts about what works to persuade lawmakers to act in kids
The Washington State Legislature is on the verge of taking unprecedented action on beha
Photo: Vicky (left) and Sarah McIntyre (right), with members of their family at Hav
Congress seems to be on the verge of toppling one of the pillars of financial support f
It’s a little past the midpoint of the 2017 legislative session.
PHOTO: Children's Alliance deputy director Jon Gould stands with Brian Cladoosby,
The nationwide momentum for greater access to dental care surged forward today in Washi
The creation of a Department for Children, Youth and Families is a
In far too many parts of our state, for far too many families, oral health care is out
Children’s Alliance executive director Paola Maranan delivered the following remark
No child should have to go without the health care they need for lifelong health.
No parent should have to choose between caring for a sick child and earning a day’s pay
The following positions on statewide ballot measures for the 2016 general election have been taken by the Children’s Alliance.
Initiative 732: NO
While designed to fight climate change, Initiative 732 threatens children in two ways. First, its tax breaks are insufficient to counter its full costs to low-income families, who are disproportionately families of color. Second, it’s predicted to worsen the state’s budget shortfall—jeopardizing programs and services kids need to thrive.
SEATTLE—State Senator Pramila Jayapal (D-37th) was honored for her commitment to the fi