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LB351 becomes law, promotes child care quality and capacity in Nebraska

Governor Pete Ricketts signed LB351 into law today, allowing child care providers transitioning to a new license type to serve more children to retain their rating in Nebraska Step Up to Quality. Read More

April 06, 2021  |  Posted in General Legislation

State Budget Proposal Includes Additional Investments in Sixpence

Funding for infant and toddler services through Sixpence would increase by an additional $2.5 million per year for the next two years if the biennial budget bill is approved. Read More

April 01, 2021  |  Posted in General Legislation

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