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The wage gap isn't just a women's issue—it's a family issue.
Women's income is vital. That's why the #MinimumWage, #EqualPay, fair schedules, #PaidLeave are #WhatMomsNeed. https://t.co/SbbXVDzv8S
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Let's #RaiseTheWage, because moms need jobs with #LivingWages. #WhatMomsNeed https://t.co/oVXgVDGmSE
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If women earned #EqualPay, they'd be more financially stable, which is good for everyone! #WhatMomsNeed https://t.co/JYi7pWE7jt
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Predictable, consistent, fair work schedules would allow moms to budget, plan, care for their fams. #WhatMomsNeed https://t.co/H43dg6kfWS
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