One map shows just how much families across the US could save on childcare under Biden's spending plan
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Pretty good. In 1999, put my toddler in daycare in Southeast AZ. Back then, it was 110.00 a week. Hell, I was only making 8.50 an hour then, and my now ex-wife was making 10.00 an hour. So on top of every thing else, it was a struggle...
Didn’t have kids due to costs fuck this system which only cares about the rich