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Child care in the United States is both unaffordable and hard to find.1 Seventy-one percent of parents report that locating quality, affordable child care in their communities is a serious problem.2 Moreover, a recent survey found that the cost of child care is the top reason that adults in the United States are having fewer children.3 It is little wonder that the movement for child care reform is growing.

Proposed Bill Would Help American Families Afford Child Care – Center for American Progress

By passing the Child Care for Working Families Act, Congress has an opportunity to address the nation’s child care crisis and benefit families and workers in every state.


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