Wendy Cervantes was interviewed about immigration worksite raids.
By Rebekah Entralgo
The U.S. Department of Homeland Security (DHS) announced a new policy on October 27, 2021, that restricts immigration enforcement actions at or near “protected areas.” The policy replaces the previous 2011 “sensitive locations” policy. This resource is intended to inform early childhood professionals about DHS protected areas policy.
Alycia Hardy and Stephanie Schmit detail the child care & preschool provisions of the Build Back Better Act.
A CLASP report was cited about the child tax credit making a difference for parents and children.
"Under the Democratic plan, a young professional couple with combined annual income of $150,000 could expect to spend about half as much, or somewhere in the neighborhood of $10,000 a year, based on calculations from the Center for Law and Social Policy."
"If the federal legislation passes in its current form, the Center for Law and Social Policy estimates Massachusetts would receive nearly $1.3 billion to pay for child care over the next three years."
A CLASP article about part-time underemployment rate and Bureau of Labor Statistics numbers was referenced.
This article cites our blog post "10 Things To Know About Paid Family and Medical Leave in BBB."