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COVID-19 economic relief for child care providers, families and individuals

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As part of the relief provided to America's families, small businesses, and major industries as they struggle with the effects of COVID-19, federal stimulus efforts thus far have recognized the unique position of child care and have included assistance to young children, their families, and child care providers. Congress has passed three legislative packages in response to COVID-19, the focus of this document is on the largest package, "Phase III". Specifically, this document pulls out provisions aimed at supporting young children, their families, and child care providers. As Congress considers additional steps to ensure America's economic recovery, lawmakers must continue to include robust support for the child care industry that makes it possible for millions of parents to go to work each day. (author abstract)
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Fact Sheets & Briefs
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United States

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