After 10 days of volunteering with the Campaign for a Healthy Denver, I am headed back to D.C.
We are just one week away from the deadline for Denver voters to turn in their ballots — and vote YES on Initiative 300.
Hi, everyone! I’m Katie, a legal fellow at the National Partnership.
One of the first questions I asked when I hit the ground here in Denver was “Where are we going to eat?”
Hi, everyone! I want to share a great letter published in the Denver Post this week.
In a place this picturesque, it is hard to believe that some working families are facing grim challenges every day because they don’t have basic paid sick days.
Hello again! I wanted to send a quick note to let you know that the Campaign for a Healthy Denver is on TV!
Over the weekend, Sara and I delivered lawn signs to nearly every corner of Denver.
Hello from the Mile High City! This is Rachel Lyons, work and family government affairs manager at the National Partnership, reporting live from Denver — home of the Broncos, the unsinkable Molly Brown and, hopefully, the fourth citywide paid sick days law.
Hello, PaidSickDays.org! I’m Sara, an intern at the National Partnership for Women & Families and a proud volunteer with the Campaign for a Healthy Denver.
This year, we have achieved significant victories in our work to ensure more working people have the right to earn paid sick days.
With the stroke of a pen today, Mayor Mike McGinn secured a groundbreaking victory for the people of Seattle.
On the heels of the release of the new blockbuster Contagion — a frightening film about a global flu pandemic — our coalition partner Family Values @ Work has compiled real-life stories about how the flu and other illnesses can spread, particularly when more than 44 million workers in the United States have no paid sick days to use when they become ill or injured.
It is an exciting day for Seattle workers.
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