Military housing changes make many families ineligible for free preschool

05/10/2007 | San Diego Union-Tribune

As the military begins to pay private landlords to renovate and manage off-base housing instead of doing it internally, California military families must now count the subsidies as income, putting many over state limits for state-subsidized preschool, which used to be free for them.

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