Chabeli Carrazana is the economy reporter for The 19th. Previously, she worked as a business reporter for the Miami Herald, where she covered the tourism industry, and the Orlando Sentinel, where she covered NASA, the private space industry and labor issues.
2023 will likely be a banner year in diaper legislation. The issue, which has long gone unaddressed, is getting renewed attention from states looking to pass “pro-family” policy following the reversal of Roe v. Wade.
Low-income parents who receive government assistance to buy baby formula, known as WIC, must purchase it in stores. But amid a national shortage, families in rural areas are left with few places to look.