West Virginia MetroNews – A group of West Virginians gathered outside of Sen. Joe Manchin’s (D-WV) Charleston office Monday, urging him to defend the child tax credit and pass the Build Back Better Act. Read the full article.
The handful of leaders did so in a unique way, in the giving of a quilt that featured stories of West Virginians impacted in a positive fashion by the tax credit.
The child tax credit was inside of the American Rescue Plan as of July 15 and most families automatically received monthly payments of $250 or $300 per child without having to take any action. It’s set to expire by the end of the year should the Build Back Better Act not pass.
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