Ebenezer Scrooge? Why Ohio is ‘Beyond Stingy’ When it Comes to Helping Families

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Nobody wants to be last.      

But Ohio is indeed at or very near the bottom on important rankings of how we treat children and working families.

When are we going to own that? When are we going to change that? When are we going to acknowledge that families can’t take jobs if they don’t have affordable and — as important — quality child care?

Read the full article from The Columbus Dispatch

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