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May 23, 2017
"Regulation of day care providers is necessary to provide a safe, monitored environment…have you received feedback regarding specific regulation as being overly onerous or difficult to comply with," asked Assembly Member Rebecca Seawright, Chair of the Subcommittee on Consumer Fraud Protection, of NYS Office of Children and Family Services Commissioner Sheila Poole at a public hearing to examine the barriers to accessing quality child day care and how such lack of access relates to a variety of issues including child development, family stability and the economy.

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