New 2021 Roadmap Simulation: How Does Your State Fare?

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What level of resources does a single mother with an infant and a toddler have to provide for her children in your stateHow much does she have left of her earnings from her minimum wage job after she pays for child care? Is she able to access the state and federal benefits that she’s eligible for and how much do they help her bottom line? Does she fare better in a nearby state?

Click here to see how your measures up in new simulation of the 2021 Prenatal-to-3 State Policy Roadmap introduced at the 2021 second annual summit.

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