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UW-Madison/Extension
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Madison WI 53706
Phone: 608-263-2353
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December 2001

New Issue of Family Matters Newsletter Available

Early Childhood Care and Education Update

Family Matters is a newsletter for state policymakers published by the Wisconsin Family Impact Seminars. Check out the second issue, Early Childhood Care and Education.

June 2001

Five More Sites Join the Policy Institute Network!

The Policy Institute for Family Impact Seminars is proud to welcome six states to our policy network. These new sites, in Georgia, Maryland, Mississippi, Nebraska, and Ohio, join existing sites in California, the District of Columbia, Indiana, Michigan, New York, Oregon, and Wisconsin, to help bring the Family Impact Seminar model to policymakers and professionals around the country.

May 2001

Premier Issue of Family Matters

Prescription Drug Update

Family Matters is a newsletter for state policymakers published by the Wisconsin Family Impact Seminars. Check out our premier issue, Prescription Drug Update.

January 2001

2001 Seminars

CA - Addressing Childhood Obesity
MI - Moving Families Out of Poverty
MI - Promising Approaches to Reducing Youth Violence
WI - Designing a State Prescription Drug Benefit: Strategies to Control Costs
WI - Rising Prescription Drug Costs: Reasons, Needs, and Policy Responses


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Wisconsin capitol photo courtesy of Jeff Miller, UW-Madison University Communications, 2002.