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Black Women Childcare Providers Face Peril as COVID-Era Funding Expires

Summary by Ground News
The federal government sent $52 billion to states to keep childcare centers open, retain staff and offer services. This funding is expected to expire on September 30. Senate lawmakers introduced the Child Care Stabilization Act, which could maintain the funding that is at-risk. The bill would provide a $16 billion annual federal investment.

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