House-Passed BBB Would DOUBLE the Cost of Child Care

Those are the findings of CTUP senior fellow and University of Chicago Professor Casey Mulligan.

“For a family with an infant and a four-year old, that would be an additional annual expense of up to $27,000 unless they could qualify for BBB’s subsidies. In 2022, that would be half of families currently using nonparental childcare,” writes Professor Mulligan, who also served as chief economist at the White House Council of Economic Advisers.

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