Senators introduce revised child care and early learning proposal
According to the Center on Law and Social Policy, the plan would benefit more than 1 million children with increased access to affordable child care and early learning services. However, the political outlook for the proposal is unclear, as it is predicated on unanimous support from Democratic lawmakers in the Senate in order to utilize the reconciliation procedure to bypass the filibuster and pass legislation with a 50-vote threshold so long as it meets a series of budgetary requirements.
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