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The income limit for Connecticut's child care subsidy program is going up thanks to federal funding.
The agreement, which increases spending for both "guns and butter," was reached just days before the current plan expired, averting a government shutdown.
The state is expected to release school-by-school vaccination data today. For moms like Rachel McCann and Lindsay David, that information is vitally important.
Parents and child care operators complained about both the lack of affordable, quality care and the difficulty of finding qualified staff.
The $14 million in new federal funds will be dispersed to an estimated 1,200 centers with families who rely on Care 4 Kids certificates to pay for child care.
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