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Via Free Beacon:

President Obama’s latest priority as he winds down his final months in the White House is solving America’s “diaper divide” using technology.

The White House is “getting creative” to expand diaper access to low-income Americans and close the “diaper divide” by partnering with online retailers, diaper manufacturers, and non-profit organizations, Cecilia Munoz, the director of Obama’s Domestic Policy Council, said Thursday.

Munoz outlined the latest initiative in a post on the White House blog, which also implicitly scolded the Republican-led Congress for criticizing Obama’s proposed 2017 budget. The president’s budget for the next fiscal year demands $10 million to test ways to get diapers to families in need and analyze the resulting health improvements.

“Unless Congress acts, we don’t have a program to help struggling families buy diapers for their children,” Munoz wrote.

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