We need to improve the lives of children living below the poverty line in the state of California. In order to solve the problem, the state should establishing a state earned-income tax credit.
Raise the state minimum wage to $13 an hour. Expand subsidized child care slots for low-income children. Increase participation in CalFresh. Establish a state housing trust fund for extremely low-income families.
To be able to solve the poverty crises for children living below the poverty line in California, we must not give only financial assistance but educate them, as well as their superiors, by granting them access to all available resources. Educational opportunities, qualified teachers, school facilities and technology will provide the knowledge needed to obtain flourishing careers. These practices will resolve child poverty.