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HARRISBURG, Pa. — Child care providers are pushing Pennsylvania General Assembly legislators to create more opportunities for children and are demanding dignity and respect for the work they do.

At a rally in the Harrisburg Capitol’s rotunda, child care providers from across the state said that when children are given the opportunity to receive high-quality care and education at a young age, they are more likely to become productive members of society.

Judi Conte talks about making a difference in a child's life.

CCPU member, Anita Caraway, talks about what it means to be a child care provider in Pennsylvania and the importance of standing together in union.