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What if we expanded child care subsidies?: A national and state perspective: Technical appendix

This technical appendix describes how we used the Urban Institute's Analysis of Transfers, Taxes, and Income Security (ATTIS) state-level microsimulation model to assess the impact of guaranteeing child care subsidies to every family with income below 150 of the federal poverty guidelines who is eligible and wants a subsidy. (author abstract)
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