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    By CalChamber

    California’s economy is slowly reopening, indicated by increased sales, fewer unemployment claims, and more traffic. But many residents who cannot work from home may yet be unable to work from the office or the shop because they cannot secure care for their children.

    Recognizing this significant impediment to restaffing business operations and providing stability for employees, executives from 41 state chambers of commerce, including CalChamber President and CEO Allan Zaremberg, penned a letter urging Congress to provide temporary emergency assistance targeted to licensed childcare providers to help cover increased expenses and forgone revenue directly tied to maintaining public health.

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