SB-0321: CalWORKs: Supportive Services: Childcare

Session: 2019-2020
Author: Mitchell
Status: Alive
AAP-CA Position: Support
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Would increase access to childcare supportive services for welfare-to-work participants.
Support includes:
Child Care Law Center (Co-Sponsor)
Parent Voices Ca (Co-Sponsor)
AFL-CIO Bay Area Equal Voice Coalition
California Alternative Payment Program Association
California Catholic Conference
California Child Care Resource & Referral Network
California Labor Federation, AFL-CIO
California Latinas for Reproductive Justice California Partnership
California State Council of Service Employees California Women’s Law Center
Center for Law and Social Policy (CLASP) Central Valley Children’s Services Network Child Care Alliance of Los Angeles
Child Care Resource Center
Child360
Children Now
Coalition of California Welfare Rights Organizations Community Child Care Council of Sonoma County Courage Campaign
Equal Rights Advocates
First 5 California
Friends Committee on Legislation of California Grace
HHS Network
Kidango
Marin Family Child Care Association
National Council of Jewish Women (NCJW) Ca Parent Voices Solano
Public Interest Law Project
San Francisco Senior and Disability Action
SEIU California
Solano Family & Children’s Services
Starting Over, Inc.
The W. Haywood Burns Institute
The Women’s Foundation of California
Time for Change Foundation
Western Center on Law & Poverty, Inc.
Download AAP Positional Letter: SB 321 CalWorks Childcare Sen ED (kc)