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November 14, 2012

Editorial: Cuts to Child-Care Program Jeopardize Working Families

Huntington Herald-Dispatch – A policy research organization raises some valid points regarding West Virginia’s cuts to child-care assistance for lower-income families.

The bottom line, according to a new report by the West Virginia Center on Budget and Policy, is that the reductions will jeopardize those residents’ ability to keep their jobs or continue their schooling. Read

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