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By Anney Bolgiano, Programs and Policy Intern
California and New Jersey are on opposite coasts. New Jersey’s population is 8.8 million, while California’s is a whopping 38.4 million. Their climates are different, their histories are different and they are separated by nearly 3,000 miles. But there is one very important thing California and New Jersey do have in common: paid family and medical leave.
Unfortunately, California and New Jersey stand out as the only two states with fully funded and functioning paid leave programs in the US. Continue reading
By: Dani Nispel, Program and Policy Intern National Council of Women’s Organizations The National Council of Women’s Organization’s Women’s Health Task Force held a panel discussion this past Tuesday called, Blaming the Victim: A Discussion about Diseases and Conditions Women … Continue reading