Response to Public Safety Announcement from Mayor Ballard

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"Expanding access to quality early childhood education programs is just as much an economic development strategy as it is a policy for improving public safety, public health, and academic attainment. We support Mayor Ballard's plan for investing in long-term solutions that will ensure Indianapolis remains an attractive place to live for future generations.

"Meanwhile, the Indy Chamber is continuing our work on a statewide economic impact study of early childhood education. We anticipate releasing the results of this study in late 2014."

- Michael Huber, Indy Chamber President and CEO

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