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The economic impact of America's child care gap: The cost of the child care gap to parents, businesses, and taxpayers [Executive summary]

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This is an executive summary of a report that estimates ranges of the potential future economic impacts of inadequate child care supply in 34 states and Washington D.C. It also separately estimates future impacts on households, businesses, and tax revenues. The analysis includes both low and high estimates.

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