Michigan child care providers who serve low-income communities are set to receive an influx of federal child care dollars that went unused during the pandemic.
Gov. Gretchen Whitmer signed a bill this week that will send $105 million to child care centers and homes, effectively giving them a retroactive 40% increase in state payments for their work over the last year.
Read more in Detroit Chalk Beat.
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