Charlottesville–Right Now: New money found for child care subsidy program

Delegate David Toscano joins Coy Barefoot on the November 9th edition of WINA’s Charlottesville–Right Now to discuss Governor Kaine’s decision to allocate $4 million of state money to help cover the loss of federal funds for child care scholarships for working families. Money for the Child Care Subsidy Program had been cut from the federal budget earlier this year. “Child care can make the difference between whether a person can stay in a job or not,” says Toscano. Toscano also talks about the election of Jim Webb to the Senate, as well as the Democratic takeover of the U.S. Congress.