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U.S. lags way behind in #PaidSickDays, but some states and cities are catching up: http://t.co/UhMixOhXN5. via @usnews
2 days ago
RT @Daily_Whale: ICYMI, Here's our profile of Melissa Josephs, director of equal opp. policy for @WomenEmployed http://t.co/m4pjWzEjLG
RT @ecofeminismo: #paidsickdays win in CA, good for 6.5 mil but excludes homecare workers http://t.co/IhE1PuQ1XC #WEmatter @WorkFamilyCA @…
4 days ago
CA Gov. Jerry Brown signed #EarnedSickTime legislation today: http://t.co/A6VVRFmOP1. Great to see momentum for #PaidSickDays building!
Breaking: The Senate voted to advance the #PaycheckFairness Act today! It will now get a full Senate debate: http://t.co/TUUiw84kUm. #PFA
These great maps shows what paid #MaternityLeave looks like around the world: http://t.co/1GzjH5yxTZ (#SpoilerAlert: It's sad for Americans)
The Senate is voting TODAY on #PaycheckFairness. Tell them right now that #WEmatter! http://t.co/lk4zPkJOxk. #PFA
RT @nwlc: 10 reasons why raising the #minimumwage to $10.10 an hour is a women's issue: http://t.co/PKUlZYJgqq
6 days ago
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