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    Regulation of Food Marketing to Children

    Panelists talked about the constitutional and regulatory frameworks that govern marketing to children. They focused on both the opportunities and constraints for legal responses to unhealthy food…

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    Food Marketing to Children

    Panelists talked about science behind marketing food to children, including via TV, the internet, and through product branding. They also spoke about the relationship between food marketing and…

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    April Dinwoodie Remarks on Adoption

    April Dinwoodie, a nationally-recognized leader on adoption and foster care, talked about about adoption policies in the United States. After her speech, Ms. Dinwoodie answered questions…

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    Foster Care

    Peter Samuelson spoke with Soledad O’Brien about America’s foster care system and giving youth a chance for success. Mr. Samuelson, an American and British television and film producer and social…

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    Hillary Clinton Children's Defense Fund Dinner Remarks

    Former Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton delivered remarks as she was honored for her child advocacy work throughout her career. This was her first public engagement since her…

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    Open Phones

    Telephone lines were open for viewer responses to the question, "What is the government’s role in child care costs?"The question was drawn from a recent Wall Street Journal} story showing…

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    After Words with Mei Fong

    Mei Fong talked about her book, One Child: The Story of China’s Most Radical Experiment, about the one-child policy in China and its impact on the country. She was interviewed by Evan…

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    Child Care Costs

    Eric Morath talked about his recent Wall Street Journal piece on the rising cost of child care in the U.S.

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    Climate Change and the Zika Virus

    The Brookings Institution and Princeton University released the Spring 2016 issue of the Future of Children, which focused on how climate change affects children. Janet Currie outlined the…

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    Flawed Convictions

    Professor Deborah Tuerkheimer talks about her book Flawed Convictions, in which she takes a critical look at Shaken Baby Syndrome prosecutions. This interview, filmed on the campus of…

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    Children of Prisoners

    Panelists discussed the impact of incarcerated parents on children and the family structure. “What Happens to Children When Parents Go to Prison?” was part of the day-long event, “Race and Justice in…

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    Child Sex Trafficking

    Witnesses testified at a hearing on child sex trafficking. The hearing outlined the details of a bipartisan investigation of online sex trafficking, specifically looking at the practices of…

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    Panel Discussion on the Needs of Military Children

    Senior leadership from the Army, Navy, Air Force, and Department of Veterans Affairs spoke about the social needs of military children and programs to assist them. They also responded to questions from the…

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    Family Planning and Public Policy

    Lieutenant Governor Ralph Northam (D-VA) made remarks on a new report on birth control and the impact of children being born out of wedlock. Then, Ron Haskins of the Brookings Institution…

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    Hunger in the U.S.

    Lucy Melcher talked about Department of Agriculture statistics on U.S. households' access to adequate food and the work of her No Kid Hungry to ensure that children from food insecure…

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    U.S. Foster Care System

    Rob Geen talked about the U.S. foster care system, which included over 400,000 individuals in 2013, and efforts to reform the system.

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    A Generation Removed

    Margaret Jacobs talked about her book, A Generation Removed: The Fostering and Adoption of Indigenous Children in the Postwar World, about the Indian Child Welfare Act. Enacted in 1978, the act was created to…

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    Alcohol-Related Birth Disorders

    Susan Carlson, former first lady of Minnesota, talked about a recent study on drinking and drug use among pregnant teens. She discussed her experiences as a juvenile court justice, the…

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    Foster Care Issues

    Witnesses that included a parent advocate, a former foster child, and two state-level child welfare officials testified on ways the federal government can reduce the number of children who…

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    Open Phones

    News headlines were read and phone lines were open for viewer calls on “How Does Your Family Influence Your Job Decisions?” The question was inspired by a Washington Post poll on child care. Washington…

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