Child care plays an important role in the U.S. economy, helping to generate 15 million jobs and more than $500 billion in income annually. Yet, on average, millions of working families pay more for child care than they do for mortgage or rent, transportation, or even food every month.
That’s why it’s critical to fund child care programs, especially for low-income families, at a level where they can afford to continue working and also support their family.
Learn more about the Child Care for Working Families Act of 2017 in our one-pager (PDF).
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