Latina moms in Nevada: Half your income is too much to pay for child care
Child care woes were almost in the rear view mirror for Roxana Valladares, with her child now in middle school and on the cusp of becoming a teenager.
When her 12-year-old daughter Estefania was little, Valladares, 35, exhausted every available child care option, appealing to friends, cajoling relatives and making liberal use of after-school programs.
Now, with a new baby on the way, she’s about to encounter those same challenges all over again.
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