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Dad 2.0 Summit 52m
A policy like this one Down Under is exactly the type of thing we need to see more of ... Up Over.
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Family Values @ Work 1h
Question: Do you think paid leave is a woman's issue? We've been hearing about and other care issues from the women candidates but not so much from the men.
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NR Institute 1h
Today lead a lunch in D.C. to discuss Thank you to all of the leaders on this issue who joined us!
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Myra Jones-Taylor 4h
Most workers do not have access to the they need, which is one of the reasons why it's normal for working moms to feel overwhelmed.
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Cailin McHugh Jun 18
One day I hope to have a family of my own without concern about how I will be able to afford to care for my children. This policy will help put many families at ease and give parents the time they need to spend will their children.
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CT Senate Democrats Jun 25
“Long overdue, we got it done!” - signs !
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Family Values @ Work 10m
This 👇🏽 is Iceland. The U.S. can join the rest of the world and provide to her workers and their families. Affordable time to care for ourselves and each other is good for our communities, businesses and country. Let's make it happen!
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Family Values @ Work 36m
. did you know access to helps close the gender ? Ask candidates!
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Family Values @ Work 29m
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Melinda Gates 22h
Connecticut just joined six other states and D.C. in guaranteeing employees paid time off to care for their health and their families. I’m excited to see the momentum around —let’s keep it going!
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Family Values @ Work 5h
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Family Values @ Work 20m
Question: Women of color are often sole or primary breadwinner, but lack access to quality, affordable child care or . What’s your plan to ensure access the care needed for economic well-being?
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Labor Project 1h
Lack of is a key contributor to women’s lower pay & inequality. How will the candidates fix this?
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Labor Project 1h
Question: Several states have now passed programs that are stronger than the FAMILY Act w/progressive wage replacement, job guarantees for all, inclusive definition of family. Do you support adding these to FAMILY Act?
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PL+US Action 54m
Join us for a chat on , , and other issues impacting women and families! The discussion will start at 8pmET on June 26th and start up again on June 27th at 8:30pmET. Use to be a part of the conversation!
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CFPC Iowa 6h
Join us TONIGHT for a tweet chat and watch party! We will be discussing how we can build strong foundations for children and families with and . Join the conversation at 7 pm CST using .
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Patrick Henning 21h
Why more should learn about 's program via
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PL+US Action 24h
Replying to @ThatVDOVault
We hear you! No matter what, we are committed to supporting inclusive policies that include people with disabilities, caregivers, partners, LGBTQ folks, adults needing care, and others. 🧡
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Melinda Gates Jun 17
Impatient about the lack of , asked herself, “What would it take to win paid family medical leave in the U.S.?” Then she wrote a plan. That plan became , a national campaign to establish a federal policy by 2022.
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Family Values @ Work 59m
how can candidates support LGBTQ families? Same-gender couples are four times as likely to adopt a child than different-gender couples. They all need to bond with their new kids
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