From the Weekly Standard:

Regulatory skeptics aren’t exactly lining up to endorse this proposal. “The average D.C. family with a toddler and infant would have to spend up to 63.6 percent of their annual income to enroll their kids in childcare,” says Shoshana Weissmann, a digital media specialist at the R Street Institute. “I appreciate D.C.’s efforts to limit the availability of childcare to the elite, and to keep peons away from children of the few who will be able to afford it.”

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