Across Illinois, the Child Care Assistance Program helps children remain in child care centers while their parents go to work, often at low-wage jobs. When the state budget didn't pass in 2015, Governor Rauner slashed income eligibility for working families, leaving 90% without access to the vital program. After public outcry across the state, the eligibly guidelines were raised, but still lower than their original level. 10,000 children are still not eligible. This episode follows a child care center in East St. Louis to tell this story.