Fed money to bolster child care in Montana now available

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Child-care providers in Montana can start applying for a share of $31 million in federal funds, meant to bolster their business and make a dent in the state’s shortage of child-care slots.

The Gianforte administration launched the application process Thursday, and some 400 providers attended an on-line meeting that evening to learn about it, state officials said.

By: Mike Dennison

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