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Obstacles to affordable child care in Connecticut: Policy report


This report describes the state of Connecticut legal protections for family and group child care providers with respect to each of these areas and the current obstacles that exist in many localities. The report then discusses legal models from other states and proposes policy reforms that would strengthen legal protections for family and group child care providers. These changes will help increase the supply of licensed child care businesses so that Connecticut children from all backgrounds can benefit from safe, affordable, and community-based child care. (author abstract)

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United States
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