National Partnership for Women & Families

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Vicki Shabo, Vice President

From the desk of ... Vicki Shabo

Paid Sick Days - On Hold for Too Long

Throughout the long, hot summer—despite the veto-proof majority in the New York City Council, despite the endless terrible experiences of workers who've been forced to work sick, despite the loads of testimony in favor of the Paid Sick Time Act—New York's proposed paid sick days law has remained in limbo. 

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From the desk of ... Debra L. Ness

Six Months After Health Reform There is Much to Celebrate...And Lots of Work Ahead

Six months ago today, President Obama signed the health care bill into law. And with his signature, our health care system was opened up for renovation. But, like any remodeling job, we've got a long way to go before the final product will be ready for a ribbon cutting ceremony.

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Sharyn Tejani, Senior Policy Counsel

From the desk of ... Sharyn Tejani

Time is running out - Call now!

September 15, 2010 | Workplace Fairness

Congress has only a few weeks left before it adjourns for the election - and the Senate still hasn't taken up the Paycheck Fairness Act. Time is running out, and women deserve - and need - fair pay.

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Portia Wu, Vice President

From the desk of ... Portia Wu

Five ways to show your grandparents you care

Sunday was National Grandparents Day - and this year, we can do more for our grandparents than send candy or flowers. Let's take action to improve the health and economic security of our grandparents — and all of America's grandparents.

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Kirsten Sloan, Vice President

From the desk of ... Kirsten Sloan

Beaches, burgers, and bringing up better care…

The Labor Day weekend is upon us, and many of you will be able to enjoy a much-needed holiday.

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