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Letter to the Editor: Change course of child care

September 19, 2021 Pittsburgh Post-Gazette   Right now, Congress is debating details of a $3.5 trillion budget reconciliation package that can change the course of child care in the U.S. This is a critical moment that will determine if our early care and education system will be able to reach every child in the country,…

Opinion: Congress can help families through federal child care investment

September 18, 2021 The Virginian-Pilot   In 1971, the United States was a pen stroke away from passing universal child care. With bipartisan support, Congress passed the Comprehensive Child Development Act (CCDA) which would establish a nationally funded, quality child care network providing education, nutrition and medical services to every family that wanted it. Even…

Conventions make a return to New Orleans

July 10, 2021 Fox 8 New Orleans   NEW ORLEANS (WVUE) – Weekends are starting to get back to normal in New Orleans as festivals slowly return and conventions come to town. Some say it’s the light at the end of the tunnel they’ve been waiting for. Read full article