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Gavin Newsom pledged pandemic wages to Californian childcare workers. They are still expecting

About 10,000 daycare centers have contacted the governor’s office to inquire about the status of the tens of thousands of dollars the state agreed to pay them.

Employees of Child Care Providers United, a group representing the state’s 40,000 childcare workers, said they are sick of waiting endlessly for the economic backing for their companies that they were promised. Beginning in September 2022, Newsom approved AB 179, the budget execution measure, to offer extra financial relief as a result of the pandemic.

The childcare payouts were allocated hundreds of thousands of dollars in the state’s 2022–23 budget. The state offered a per-child payment of $1,442 for people who ran childcare facilities.

Child Care Providers United was instructed by Department of Social Services (DSS) employees via email on October 19, 2022, that “financial assistance checks would be issued in late Autumn 2022/early winter 2023.”

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