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Child Care Tax Credit Bill Progresses – House Takes a Leap Forward!

Missouri Lawmakers Pursue Child Care Relief with House Bill 1488

Tax Credit Bill Proposal Targets Financial Strain of Child Care Costs for Employers and Families

According to, efforts are underway in Missouri to help families with child care. Lawmakers are working on a tax credit bill called House Bill 1488. This tax credit bill aims to give to employers, child care providers and families. These tax credit bill would help ease the financial burden of child care expenses.

READ ALSO: The Child Tax Credit Expansion Delivers More Relief

Child Care Tax Credit Bill Progresses – House Takes a Leap Forward! (PHOTO: Brookings Institution)

Bipartisan Effort in Missouri Aims to Combat Child Care Deserts and Affordability Challenge

Lawmakers in Missouri, from different parties support a tax credit bill to address “child care deserts” where child care is scarce. Many families face high costs making it difficult to work. The tax credit bill aims to make child care more affordable and accessible statewide. With a decline in child care options, lawmakers are hopeful this tax credit bill will pass to assist families across Missouri.

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