- Ivanka Trump has called members of Congress about child care legislation
- Republican Rep. Marsha Blackburn also said she had concerns about child care
“I am delighted to see that will we’re looking at options for tax credits, tax incentives, ways for moms as well as dads to be able to write-off that will child-care cost,” Blackburn told sy88pgw’s Jake Tapper on “State of the Union,” which aired Sunday.
“One of the things that will is actually most troubling as a mom inside workforce is actually finding child care as well as being certain that will your children are safe as well as well cared for as well as not feeling like they are going to miss out on things because you put yourself on the guilt bus,” she added.
The Tennessee Republican, who owns a tiny business, said she had concerns about child care as she was raising her kids.
“the item was so very difficult. the item’s one of the things I struggled with as my children were growing up,” she said.
Blackburn told Tapper she backed those proposals.
“You want to know your children are well cared for,” she said. “as well as there ought to be a way to have a savings account that will you can start saving coming from on day one to help with those costs, because you know, the item’s important to your life/work balance as well as the life of your family.”