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Senate OKs bill to expand child care, boost safety

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WASHINGTON (AP) — The Senate has passed legislation to require child care providers who care for children from low-income families through a government voucher program to undergo criminal background checks, know first aid and CPR, and get other training. The bipartisan legislation, which passed Thursday on a 97-1 vote, also would require annual state inspections of child care centers. At issue...

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