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Lawsuit settlement keeps day-care program alive through 2010

Child-care advocates who had sued to stave off the elimination of a day-care program that serves nearly 60,000 low-income parents announced a settlement Wednesday to keep the program afloat through the end of the year.

Under the agreement, the state will continue to provide child-care services through Dec. 31. At the same time, parents who use the service will be notified of their right to be screened for eligibility for other state-subsidized child-care programs.

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