Throwing money at Maine’s childcare system won’t solve its underlying problems
Gov. Janet Mills announced in July that $10 million in federal relief funds were being allocated to “help child care businesses start or expand.” Given that vast swaths of Maine […]Read More →
Maine lawmakers moving in the wrong direction on accessible, affordable child care
Defenders of overbearing regulation must be asked why they continue to concentrate power in government and squeeze out the prospects of Maine’s child care entrepreneurs.Read More →
BDN child care editorial misses the mark
Conforming to national practices in child care does not compromise the quality of service. It brings Maine in line with other states where services are more affordable and accessible.Read More →
What makes child care so expensive? Overregulation.
You cannot regulate your way to accessibility and affordability. Maine has tried, and failed. It’s time we charter a new course on child care.Read More →