Hillary Clinton offered a plan to improved child care that would use subsidies and tax credits to limit family spending on child care – which can be more than a third of income – to a maximum of 10 percent. Meanwhile, there would be aid to states and communities that raise child-care workers’ pay, and a variety of other measures to help young children and their parents.
Hillary Clinton offered a plan to improved child care that would use subsidies and tax credits to limit family spending on child care – which can be more than a third of income – to a maximum of 10 percent. Meanwhile, there would be aid to states and communities that raise child-care workers’ pay, and a variety of other measures to help young children and their parents. Andrew Harnik AP
Hillary Clinton offered a plan to improved child care that would use subsidies and tax credits to limit family spending on child care – which can be more than a third of income – to a maximum of 10 percent. Meanwhile, there would be aid to states and communities that raise child-care workers’ pay, and a variety of other measures to help young children and their parents. Andrew Harnik AP

A plan to small children and their parents

May 16, 2016 11:45 AM

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