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Virtual Advocacy Day 3/25 and Unemployment Law

Updated: 4 days ago

Please join us for virtual advocacy day at 11:00am on Wednesday 3/25.  COVID-19 has

turned the world upside down and we are adapting. Congress is on the verge of passing an enormous stimulus package.  Negotiations between the House and Senate will go late into the night.


There is advocacy to be done on both the state and federal levels and we will have some state legislators on the call with us.


This will be a zoom video meeting.  You can participate via computer or phone.  If your computer doesn't have a microphone you'll need to use your phone to get the audio.


Please feel free to share the link with others who care about preserving a child care system in the face of enormous challenges.

Join Zoom Meeting https://zoom.us/j/910191341

Meeting ID: 910 191 341 One tap mobile +19292056099,,910191341# US (New York)


Thursday, Mar 26, 9:30 AM Eastern:

What you need to know about unemployment law in CT


Guest: TBA from the CT Dept. of Labor


As childcare centers are struggling to decide whether to stay open or close, a lot of questions have arisen about how unemployment works in a situation like this, and for whom. Join us to learn from the experts.

Join Zoom Meeting

https://zoom.us/j/227968959?pwd=Sm1NMmJuWERZTFNqUm1PVTF2b1BNZz09

Meeting ID: 227 968 959

Password: 896284

One tap mobile

+19292056099,,227968959# US (New York)


Please feel free to share the link with others who care about preserving a child care system in the face of enormous challenges.

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