UDW Family Child Care Legislation

UDW has an office located just blocks from the Capitol where we track and monitor the legislation that impacts family child care providers. This year, our priorities include establishing an appeals process and creating more training opportunities for family child care providers. The status of each bill on this list is updated regularly. Learn more about how bills become law here.

BILLS WE ARE SPONSORING

AB 2133 (Chu): Appeals process for family child care providers

BILLS WE SUPPORT

AB 2150 (Santiago): Expanding working families' access to quality child care and stabilizing home-based daycares

SB 23 (Mitchell): Ensuring availability of CalWORKs to families in need

AB 2036 (Lopez) Background checks in online child care listings

AB 598 (Calderon): Supportive tools for family child care providers

BILLS WE ARE WATCHING

AB 2231 (Calderon): Increased child care fines and penalties

SB 1420 (Mendoza): Mandated training for family child care providers

 

AB 1897 (Mullin): New licensing option for child care centers

 

AB 2368 (Gordon): Child care subsidy plan in Santa Clara County

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