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Child Care Under the Family Support Act

Ripe for Reform

By Kathleen O'Brien & Carol Stevenson

The Family Support Act, passed in 1988, requires states to guarantee child care to all JOBS participants and to employed parents transitioning off AFDC. This article provides an overview of FSA child care and highlights the successes and the missed opportunities in the early years of this and other FSA programs.

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