Clinton to Commit to Bold, New Goal As President to Limit Child Care Costs to No More than 10 Percent of Family’s IncomeIn Remarks In Kentucky, Clinton To Also Announce Plans to Expand Home Visiting Programs for New Parents and Boost Wages for Child Care Workers
Speaking at a family health center in Louisville this afternoon as part of her “Breaking Down Barriers” tour, Hillary Clinton will outline her vision to help working families afford the rising costs of child care.
In particular, Clinton will commit that, as President, she will significantly increase child care investments so no family pays more than 10 percent of their income for child care. From her earliest days after law school working as a child advocate to her work as First Lady to pass the Children’s Health Insurance Program, Hillary Clinton has championed the cause of parents and families and has always believed that “it takes a village” to raise a child.
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Tuesday, May 10, 2016
Hillary Clinton at The Family Care Center Event in Lexington
Hillary spent the day in Kentucky. She held a roundtable with working parents at the Family Care Center in Lexington and then a rally in Louisville at Slugger Field.