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March 7, 2014 at 6:04 AM

How to prevent health and safety incidents in child care

The infant deaths mentioned in Jonathan Martin’s column demonstrate the most tragic of health and safety issues that occur in Washington state child-care facilities [“Make child care transparent for parents,” Opinion, March 4]. HB 2165 is an essential step toward understanding the causes and remedies for such incidents. However, what are we doing to…


0 Comments | More in Child care | Topics: Catherine Dewar Paul, child care, Coalition for Safety and Health in Early Learning

November 13, 2013 at 7:36 PM

Washington has least affordable child care

Mothers pushed out of workforce to stay at home I want to thank Gene Balk for revealing the facts about child care in Washington state [“Washington among states with least-affordable child care,” Online, Nov. 4]. The information he shared is not only sobering, it’s distressing. Countless families are struggling with being able to afford quality care…


0 Comments | More in Children | Topics: child care

July 23, 2013 at 7:09 AM

Mayor opposes development project

There are other underpaid people out there Mayor Mike McGinn expressed concern about the $16 hourly wage at Whole Foods, while most teachers and child-care workers in the city earn much less than that. [“McGinn goes all out on Whole Foods,” NW Sunday, July 21.] Mayor McGinn, are you saying that people who work with food…


0 Comments | More in Economy, Politics, Seattle | Topics: child care, employment, health care