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Child care can be a major expense for single parents and families in which both parents work. Excessive regulations are associated with significantly higher costs, but not meaningfully improved quality. Eliminating inefficient regulations could also encourage more providers to enter the marketplace, bolstering the supply of child care and further bringing down costs. Less regulation and more competition can make child care more affordable. Policymakers should ease the financial burden on parents regardless of their childcare arrangements through across-the-board tax relief.
Child Care

How Can We Identify Kids At Risk?

Naomi Schaefer Riley | Op-Ed
Child Care

Grose Point Blank

Naomi Schaefer Riley | Op-Ed
Child Care

Should babies be in prison with their mothers?

Naomi Schaefer Riley | Op-Ed
Child Care

The Anti-Adoption Drumbeat

Naomi Schaefer Riley | Op-Ed
Child Care

Attachment Theory Is Not Racist

Naomi Schaefer Riley | Op-Ed
Child Care

Burying the Lede on Child Welfare

Naomi Schaefer Riley | Op-Ed
Child Care

Child Welfare Is Becoming a Joke

Naomi Schaefer Riley | Op-Ed
Child Care

The UN’s child welfare hypocrisy

Naomi Schaefer Riley | Op-Ed
Child Care

Can Grandparents Save America?

Hadley Heath Manning | Blog
Child Care

FACT CHECK: Would A Universal Government-Run Childcare Program Improve The Childcare Supply?

Carrie Lukas | Unicorn Fact Check
Child Care

She Thinks | Policy Focus: Parents—Not Government—Should Control Child Care

Beverly Hallberg & Carrie Lukas | She Thinks Podcast
Child Care

Takeaways: Parents—Not Government—Should Control Child Care

Carrie Lukas | Takeaways

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