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State-by-state impact of doubling CCDBG funding in FY 2018

An increase of $2.9 billion--doubling discretionary funding for the Child Care and Development Block Grant (CCDBG)--in FY 2018 would allow states to expand child care assistance to nearly 230,000 additional children, as well as implement the 2014 bipartisan CCDBG reauthorization to improve the health, safety, and quality of child care. The table below shows the state-by-state impact of doubling discretionary funding for CCDBG. (author abstract)
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