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Many child care providers—including those that have contributed their own funds and faced growing debt to ensure they have the resources they need to stay safe while caring for our children—continue to face economic destabilization and permanent closures

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U.S. House of Representatives, Committee on Education and Labor. Member Briefing: Child Care in Peril: How COVID-19 is Pushing this Essential Sector to the Brink of Collapse. Testimony by Hannah Matthews of CLASP. 116th Cong., 2nd sess., May 26, 2020. https://www.clasp.org/publications/testimony/comments/child-care-peril-how-covid-19-pushing-essential-sector-brink; Stavely, Zaidee. 2020. “California Child Care Providers Losing Money, Risking Health During Pandemic.” EdSource, August 3. https://edsource.org/2020/california-child-care-providers-losing-money-risking-health-during-pandemic/637458.

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