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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 »
Debt, a lack of supports, balancing school with work and family—all of these can stand in the way.
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It's time to bring #PaidSickDays to Cook County. Working people like Felipe are why. @ToniPreckwinkle @CommStanMoore https://t.co/1q8RPZeGLa
55 min ago
RT @melissajosephs: Speaking on Chicago & Cook Co #paidsickdays @sicktimechicago @womenemployed at #enforcesickdays mtg in San Francis. https://t.co/BG3yrKD6IP
4 hours ago
RT @MaryKayDevine: The @WomenEmployed team rallies with @ChiCityLiteracy @LitWorksChicago @CentroRomero @LVIllinois for a #FairBudget… https://t.co/Ami622dhZr
RT @MaryKayDevine: .@GovRauner it's time to fund #AdultEducation for our families & our future! @ChiCityLiteracy @WomenEmployed… https://t.co/EULPvr0xCn
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