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Friday, January 9, 2015

Kirsten Gillibrand
BUFFALO — U.S. Senator Kirsten Gillibrand is calling for changes to the federal tax system to make childcare costs more affordable for working parents and families.

The New York Democrat said "Upstate New York families face sky-high child care costs – the average Western New York family now spends up to $10,365 per year for an infant. New York was ranked as the least affordable state in the nation for child care according to a new report by Child Care Aware."

She will be joined at 2:15 p.m. Monday by Buffalo-area parents and advocates to announce new bipartisan legislation that she says would "help low-income and middle class families save more on quality child care." Her plan would push to more than double the federal child care tax credit, create a new tax deduction for working families, and increase pre-tax savings accounts for child care expenses.

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