An investment in child care would help lift some Latina women out of poverty, analysis finds
By Michelle Fox
For many, the cost means not working in order to care for their kids or using low-quality care.
“Child care hits at the heart of family economic stability,” said Hannah Matthews, deputy executive director for policy at the Center for Law and Social Policy.
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