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The effect of child care subsidies for moderate-income families in Cook County, Illinois: Final report

A study of the impact on employment, earnings, and child care outcomes of expanding child care subsidy eligibility to moderate-income families and of extending the subsidy eligibility redetermination period from six months to a year, based on 1,884 Cook County, Illinois, child care subsidy applicants with incomes exceeding the state's eligibility limit who were randomly assigned to standard or expanded eligibility and, if assigned to expanded eligibility, to standard or extended redetermination
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