Report: States Cutting Child-Care Subsidies A new federal report finds nearly half of the states across the country have reduced child-care subsidies in the last two years. In the same study, the General Accounting Office finds only nine states have increased access to child care since 2001. NPR's Cheryl Corley reports.
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Report: States Cutting Child-Care Subsidies

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A new federal report finds nearly half of the states across the country have reduced child-care subsidies in the last two years. In the same study, the General Accounting Office finds only nine states have increased access to child care since 2001. NPR's Cheryl Corley reports.