CHARLOTTE, N.C. — With so many schools going remote, parents are in need of more childcare options.
A bill just passed by North Carolina lawmakers helps with that, but it also allows some community groups to provide childcare without having critical safety measures in place.
A state official told us the new bill has a loophole that doesn’t require the groups to comply with the same parameters that a licensed childcare facility would have to adhere to.
>>In the video at the top of the page, we breakdown the new bill and and explain the safeguards that lawmakers say its missing.
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