Something to be grateful for.
The legislation will have a negative impact on the labor supply and send high prices soaring even higher.
The media's hasty commentary on economic matters makes one question which reporters and pundits have educated themselves on the topics.
Plus, speculation around Virginia's heated gubernatorial race
"When my daughter was 12 she'd walk down the streets of Shanghai to get donuts," says the mom, Megan McMurry.
The calls to implement such a plan are based on incorrect assumptions and a passive media.
"I'm getting it out there to make people aware," said JaNay Dodson in an interview.
The CDC's new guidance for child care facilities is practically begging to be ignored.
The plan would redistribute wealth, create distortions, and grow government.
During a Routine Child Services Check, Cops Hog-tied a Mom and Carried Her Out 'Like a Pig Upside Down'
The home wellbeing visit resulted in Vanessa Peoples going to jail with a dislocated shoulder.
Punishing families for struggling with distance learning is doubly wrong.
It's full of ill-conceived and contradictory guidance.
"It’s an epidemic across our nation," one parent told NBC.
The Democratic hopeful has a plan for everything. Will her plans add up?
The city's "moderates" and "progressives" fight over whether to raise taxes or raise taxes.
Mandatory abuse reporting requirements lead to a novel marketing scheme.
It's the conservative version of cradle-to-grave welfare.
And with good reason, since it would drive up costs and limit access to child care by requiring daycare workers to get a college degree.
Low I.Q. used as a justification for taking boy away, even absent any evidence of abuse or neglect.
All day care workers will have to get a specialized degree by 2020 or risk losing their jobs.
Don't have at least an associate's degree? Step away from the finger paints, you monster.
Interview with Author Abby Schachter
When poor men are inaccurately declared fathers of children they don't know, the justice system sneers at their pain.
You can thank regulations and licensing rules for pricing child care out of the reach of many lower-income families while leaving wealthier women with gray market or black market solutions.