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Damaris Mejia runs a child care center out of her Washington, D.C., rowhouse. In an effort to stem a shortage of early educators, the city wants to boost their pay closer to that of public school teachers. Jennifer Ludden/NPR hide caption

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Bonus checks! One year free! How states are trying to fix a broken child care system

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This screenshot of a tweet from Dr. Trevor Crowell shows the kind of immediate attention on Twitter received by the emcee of the 24th International AIDS Conference in Montreal — actor and activist Omar Sharif Jr. — after he admonished his home country of Canada for visa and immigration policies that left numerous people from low- and middle-income countries unable to attend the event in person. Twitter/Screenshot by NPR hide caption

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Why visas are a hot topic right now at the International AIDS Conference

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