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Empire Justice Comments on Child Care for Children Experiencing Homelessness
The proposed regulations would make several positive changes to help children who are homeless access subsidized child care, but need to go farther to reduce barriers. Read More

Empire Justice Comments on NYS Child Care Market Rates
Empire Justice Center comments requesting the market rate survey be redone in order to reflect changes in the state's minimum wage. Read More

Empire Justice Comments on Proposed Abolition of Local Advisory Councils
This proposed abolition would conflict with existing law and cut off local social services districts from the communities they serve. Read More

Comments on Proposed Child Care and Development Block Grant Regulations: 78 Fed. Reg. 29442
Comments of the Empire Justice Center, the Child Care Council of Suffolk and the Child Care Council of Nassau on Proposed Child Care and Development Block Grant Regulations: 78 Fed. Reg. 29442 Read More

Empire Justice Center's Comments on New York's TANF State Plan 2012 - 14
Our comments to OTDA urging them to take leadership on a number of issues which will improve the lives of low income New Yorkers. Read More

Empire Justice Comments on Proposed Child Care Fraud Regulations
Comments on regulations that would amend Parts 414, 415, 416, 417 and Sub-parts 418-1 and 418-2 of Title 18 NYCRR, which were published in the May 4th New York State Register. Read More

Empire Justice Center Comments on the Early Childhood Advisory Committee’s Strategic Report and Plan
Empire Justice Center comments on the Early Childhood Advisory Committee’s Strategic Report and Plan focus on the need to work on addressing the inequities in the child care subsidy system. Read More

Empire Justice Center's Initial Reaction to Deficit Reduction Plan for 2009-10 State Budget
Reductions in services for those who have been most impacted by the recession will ultimately result in pushing more people over the edge into desperation. Read More

Empire Justice Comments on the Emergency Reduction of the Enhanced Market Rate for Legally Exempt Child Care Providers
This letter is regarding the emergency rulemaking amendment to 18 NYCRR 415.9 that reduces the reimbursement rate for legally-exempt in home and family child care providers. Read More

Empire Justice Comments on Public Assistance and Child Care Laws
Empire Justice submits concerns and recommendations to the Office of Children and Family Services regarding current regulations. Read More

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