'Strolling Thunder' brings babies to Capitol Hill for a day of advocacy

Children and their parents rally for national paid family and medical leave policy.
2:08 | 05/08/18

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I'm ABC dally wrote in here on Capitol Hill for the second annual strip rolling thunder where hundreds of parents and their children are here on Capitol Hill. Advocating for policies that are better for working families. Yeah. Still think and there is a Damon's geared at three brings families from all fifty states and the district to get members of congress to think BP's we want to make sure that Amy every child's. Potential our national priority at three he asks me want members of domestically and national hate family and medical. We also want increased investment in high quality. Affordable childcare and we also want to increase investment currently at start you know that is it game changer personally am. I specifically at CU and talk it out I mean sleep my three year old sentiment when you're out sang here and my older child has about an honest and eat and now. And this money you put a face like that and be out here to speak to this special thanks pat and currently intervention means that huge impact on our night. We got offered there are early Head Start Programs to come just advocates for Elliott start. In just tell my story about how old. It it's helped me and they've been officially Iraq I'm such a big supporter and we start. And them affordable talking and I went from you know regular daycare paying you know and extensive amount weekly. For her in the night take the timing in this educationally and hurt that where it now season hits starts I think it's a big deal they. They've invested so much in her that she's more verbal now more sociable. You know really friendly they like to think. Oh yeah. All they have their that it can't halving by and they can do different activities like at this. Many podium I'm here it's my new friends yet Cynthia haven't found. I.

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