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Campaign gears up to sell child care to voters

Children's initiative on November ballot would raise taxes

Assistant teacher Lauren Dohner walks with a child at Lil Sprouts Child Care Center in Blaine in April. A property tax levy appearing on the November ballot would add child care slots and increase pay for teachers at child care centers.
Assistant teacher Lauren Dohner walks with a child at Lil Sprouts Child Care Center in Blaine in April. A property tax levy appearing on the November ballot would add child care slots and increase pay for teachers at child care centers. (Hailey Hoffman/Cascadia Daily News)
By Ralph Schwartz Staff Reporter
If a tax on the November ballot to pay for child care programs and other supports for young children

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