Report: ‘Child care crisis’ proves costly

By Jason Evans
Staff Reporter

STATE — A new report finds that South Carolina is not immune from what’s being called an “infant-toddler child care crisis” and that the issue could cost the state more than a $1 billion each year.

Council for a Strong America is a bipartisan nonprofit promoting solutions “ensuring our next generations for Americans will be successful productive members of society,” according to the report.You must be logged in to view this content.

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