How a scheduling conflict is costing the U.S. $55B each year
A scheduling conflict between parents and their children could be causing a $55 billion issue for the U.S. economy. Stephanie Ruhle is joined by Atlantic reporter Kara Voght to discuss this childcare dilemma.
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