The expanded child tax credit briefly slashed child poverty. Here’s what else it did

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Woman and her children circle the Penrose stairs of funding.

The monthly cash payments reached more than 61 million kids in December alone. Most low-income families spent the money on basic needs, like food, clothing and utility bills.

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