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The Nation

October 29, 1987

The General Services Administration announced plans to oversee the opening of child-care centers nationwide for the offspring of federal employees. GSA Administrator Terence C. Golden told a Washington news conference that centers are planned for areas with large numbers of government workers, including Chicago; Denver; Fort Snelling, Minn., and Suitland, Md. The agency, which will provide space and some renovations, hopes to see the centers open within the next year. The announcement coincided with the official opening of the Learning Center, a new child-care facility in the GSA building in Washington.

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