The children of the American Dream will be able to attend college in the future and the parents who have put their dreams on hold may have to make do with a new generation of American Dreamers, a group of families who have left the shadows of the Great Recession behind to become the backbone of the new America.
But they will be on the outside of the equation.
The families who are part of the Generation Opportunity Act, which passed in the House last week and now awaits a vote in the Senate, include families who lost their jobs, are on the brink of eviction and who have been left out of the jobs market.
The legislation also allows children of undocumented immigrants to attend public schools, which some of the families are struggling with.
The bill, which also includes an expansion of the Earned Income Tax Credit, provides relief for many Americans who are struggling to make ends meet.
But the children of Generation Opportunity, the new generation that is poised to join the workforce and begin to earn more money, may have the most profound impact.
As part of a broader economic recovery, many families are facing the daunting task of keeping up with the rising cost of living and managing their household expenses.
The bill expands those protections for those who are eligible for tax credits.
In addition, the bill offers relief for the working poor, who face the same challenges.
Many of the parents are middle class and can afford to send their children to college, which has been a long-term goal for the families.
For some, it’s also a dream.
The families include the families of immigrants, people with disabilities and children of immigrants.
But they are also struggling.
In the last decade, the median household income in the United States has declined by nearly $1,000.
For many of the young families, that means no college or college tuition.
The American Dream has always been about opportunity and the promise of a better life.
And now, the generation that has the most to lose by the new law is the children who grew up with those hopes.
They are the ones whose dreams are being cut short.
For the parents, the prospect of losing their children in the new economy is especially troubling.
“I don’t want my kid to be here, but I can’t take it anymore,” said Barbara, a Mexican-American woman who lives in Atlanta.
“My kids have been here for six years and we have not been able to afford the bills.
We need help now, and it’s not going to be provided by my children, so I’m asking for help now.”
In many cases, these families were among the first to receive tax credits for college.
But now, many are seeing their tax credits cut off.
For many of them, the loss of the credit will mean the loss in income and education.
In some cases, that will mean a loss of income, and in others, the chance of getting a better job.
The Generation Opportunity bill is the latest attempt by lawmakers to help middle-class families and to keep up with rising costs of living.
Earlier this year, President Obama signed the Family and Medical Leave Act, an expansion that provides $1.6 billion in federal aid to families who work outside the home, and $400 million to employers who offer paid leave.
But that’s only a fraction of what’s needed to help families like Barbara.
The Family and Business Tax Credit is one of the main pieces of the legislation that provides a financial cushion for working parents.
The program allows families with a payroll of $200,000 or less to get a credit of up to $1 for every $100 of taxable income.
The federal government will provide another $2.5 billion in tax credits over the next decade, mostly to middle-income households.
“What I need is the credit to help me, not to pay for it, so that I can pay my bills,” Barbara said.
“And I need the credit because I don’t have enough to pay my rent and bills, and the kids need to go to college.
That’s why I’m so mad about this bill.
The legislation is an important step in addressing a problem that’s been well documented: America’s labor market is slowing down. “
There are many families out there that are hurting.”
The legislation is an important step in addressing a problem that’s been well documented: America’s labor market is slowing down.
The median hourly wage for workers has fallen nearly 7 percent since 2007, according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics.
That means that the average working family now has to work longer hours to support the same number of people.
It also means that more and more Americans are out of work.
And now, those people will have to face the possibility of losing a job, or even not being able to find one.
The cost of housing, transportation and child care has risen in recent years, and many families have been forced to make tough choices about where to live.
In the meantime, the families in the bill are not the sole victims of the