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Minimizing risks to children in licensed child care settings: A literature review and state survey

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A multistate study of the relationship between child care licensing requirements and risks of care-related injuries to children, with recommendations for strengthening licensing rules in Washington State
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Reports & Papers
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United States
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Utah; Tennessee; Oklahoma; Michigan; Indiana

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