Lawmakers vote to make child care providers liable for improper payments
The state could soon have the power to take back fraudulent payments to child care providers who go out of business.
Both houses of the Legislature approved a bill Tuesday to make day care owners and officers personally liable for improper state funding under the Wisconsin Shares program, if their centers go out of business.
The recovery powers would apply even if the state's the one that shuts a center down.
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