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Child care & the Paycheck Protection Program

To the extent that additional funding and policy changes are coming for the Paycheck Protection Program, NAEYC encourages Congress and the Small Business Administration to make these funds increasingly available to true small businesses, such as family child care homes, who are sole proprietors and may be unbanked, and to provide guidance to the banking industry clarifying expectations around loan and forgiveness requirements. (author abstract)
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