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Chicago's aldermen voted 48-0 to give Chicago workers the right to earn paid sick time. Women Employed played a key role in the victory. Learn more »
The wage gap isn't just a women's issue—it's a family issue.
Want to learn how Chicago's new sick time law will impact you? Join us Friday, June 24th at 11 a.m. CT for a Twitter Chat!
RT @LaborProject: Tell Congress to pass the Healthy Families Act so everyone can celebrate like Chicago! https://t.co/K4JxdjGBOS #HFAnow #SickTimeChicago
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RT @sicktimechicago: Thanks to everyone who participated in today's #SickTimeChicago chat! Now take a moment to #ThankYourAlderman: https://t.co/6ovEBFgJyD
RT @Mujereslatinas: Thank you @Alderman_Pawar @ToniFoulkes @Alderman_Moreno for your leadership on #sicktimechicago!
RT @shrivercenter: Huge thanks to @sicktimechicago, @WomenEmployed, @Alderman_Pawar & everyone else who participated in that informative #SickTimeChicago chat!
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