Court: Suffolk must restore child care funds

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A federal judge has ruled that Suffolk County must temporarily restore child care benefits to roughly 1,200 children cut from the program earlier in the month.

Responding to a lawsuit filed in U.S. District Court in Central Islip by three low-income working families, Judge Joanna Seybert ruled on July 26 that the Suffolk Department of Social Services failed to provide parents with adequate...

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