New bills attack fraud and criminal involvement in child care program
A new bill would make it a crime for state and county workers to look the other way when child care providers commit fraud in the Wisconsin Shares program.
And another bill would permanently ban certain types of criminals from getting state child care licenses.
Those measures were proposed Tuesday, after Children and Families' Secretary Reggie Bichawas questioned for two hours by a legislative panel about Wisconsin Shares.
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