The National Women’s Law Center’s 11th annual review of key child care subsidy policies in all fifty states and the District of Columbia reveals that in 2014, families were worse off in 13 states than they were in 2013 under one or more child care assistance policies, but were better off in 33 states. This year is the second year in a row in which the situation for families improved in more states than it worsened. The past two years represent a turnaround from the previous two years, when the situation worsened for families in more states than it improved. These 51 fact sheets summarize the state-specific information in Turning the Corner: State Child Care Assistance Policies 2014. See the fact sheets here.