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July 22, 2021

Child Tax Credit Helping WV Families Pay for Transportation, Food

Public News Service – An estimated 346,000 West Virginia children, 93% of all kids in the state, live in households that likely received their first Child Tax Credit (CTC) payments last week. Read the full article.

Stormy Johnson, with the Preston County Board of Education and a mother of three children, said the extra cash provided by the CTC will help her make her monthly car payment.

“Here in Preston County, if you don’t have a vehicle, you don’t have a lot,” Johnson observed. “Because we don’t have access to public transportation like there are in some different counties.”

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