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Election won't end abortion/contraception debate - Huffington Post

Election won't end abortion/contraception debate Huffington Post "It was not long ago that issues like fair pay, abortion rights, health reform, and family and medical leave had bipartisan support, said Debra Ness, president of the National ...

News Coverage | November 8, 2012

Flexible Schedules for Tomorrow - New York Times

... need to do their part by putting in place the paid sick time and paid family and medical leave policies the country and its workers so urgently need. Debra L. Ness. Washington, Sept. 4. The ...

News Coverage | September 8, 2012

Dems Accuse House GOP Of Passing 55 'Anti-Women' Bills - TPM

TPM The Energy & Commerce Democrats included statements attacking the GOP agenda from four national women's advocacy groups: Planned Parenthood, NARAL Pro-Choice America, National ...

News Coverage | September 5, 2012

Why We Need The Pregnant Workers Fairness Act - Care2.com (blog)

The analysis was conducted by the National Partnership for Women & Families using the most recent Census Bureau data. It finds that in every single state, the majority of women who ...

News Coverage | September 2, 2012

The Romney-Ryan Budget: Taking Aim at Women's Health Care - Huffington Post

The National Partnership for Women & Families calls the ACA "the greatest advance for women's health in a generation." Unquestionably, the law helps women in five key ways ...

News Coverage | August 6, 2012

Some Plans Deny Pregnancy Coverage For Dependent Children - Kaiser Health News

Kaiser Health News Some Plans Deny Pregnancy Coverage For Dependent Children Kaiser Health News "For young girls, this is a basic health benefit that they need," says Debra Ness, president of the National Partnership for Women and Families. "Why ...

News Coverage | August 6, 2012

Pregnant new CEO for Yahoo! stirs US debate on working moms - Rappler

Moreover, the past 10 years has seen a 35 percent increase in the number of complaints to the Equal Opportunity Employment Commission arising from discrimination on the basis of pregnancy, Sarah Crawford, director of workplace fairness at the National Partnership for Women and Families, told AFP.

News Coverage | July 27, 2012

In Bloomberg's Healthy NYC, Still Afraid to Take (on) Sick Days - The Atlantic

"It's natural that if you're worrying about the size of a soda," says Vicki Shabo, director of work and family programs at Washington DC's National Partnership of Women & Families, "you're also worrying whether the person serving it to you had no choice but to sneeze in it."

News Coverage | July 26, 2012 |

Yahoo CEO Marissa Mayer's post-baby plans ... Yeah, so? - Los Angeles Times

Sarah Crawford, director of workplace fairness for the National Partnership for Women & Families, said pregnancy discrimination complaints to the U.S. Equal Employment ...

News Coverage | July 19, 2012

Marissa Mayer: Is the Yahoo! CEO's Pregnancy Good for Working Moms? - TIME

TIME "Her challenges are the kinds that many, if not all, working moms face," says Judith Lichtman, senior adviser at the National Partnership for Women & Families. "But she ...

News Coverage | July 17, 2012

Workplace policies are failing working moms, say Latina advocates - NBC Latino

NBC Latino Workplace policies are failing working moms, say Latina advocates NBC Latino "Nearly 12 million Latinos - almost 60 percent of the Hispanic workforce, have no access to a paid sick day," says Leticia Mederos, vice president of the ...

News Coverage | June 28, 2012

Women want it all? It's time to fight for it - msnbc.com

Women want it all? It's time to fight for it msnbc.com Change needs to happen on a larger scale as well, maintained Debra L. Ness, president of the National Partnership for Women & Families. "Most of America's women and their families are ...

News Coverage | June 25, 2012

Editorial: Legislate not that which is too private to mention - STLtoday.com

Editorial: Legislate not that which is too private to mention STLtoday.com The same holds true in Missouri, according to a study released last month by the National Partnership for Women & Families. Where will it end? Certainly not with Ms. Brown ...

News Coverage | June 22, 2012

What's At Stake For Women If SCOTUS Overturns The Health Law - Kaiser Health News

What's At Stake For Women If SCOTUS Overturns The Health Law Kaiser Health News ... aimed at slowing health care costs by changing the way doctors and hospitals are paid, make the law "the most important advance for women's health in decades," ...

News Coverage | June 19, 2012

Gender Pay Equality Bill - C-SPAN Video Library

Judith Lichtman and Sabrina Schaeffer discussed possible ramifications from the Senate’s Gender Pay Equality Bill. Guests took viewer questions via phone.

News Coverage | June 11, 2012

Gender Wage Gap, Myth or Real? - KUHF-FM

Gender Wage Gap, Myth or Real? KUHF-FM Sarah Crawford with the National Partnership for Women and Families says things have improved since the day of Archie Bunker, but says the wage gap still ...

News Coverage | June 6, 2012

What the Paycheck Fairness Act Means to New Mexico Children - Public News Service

What the Paycheck Fairness Act Means to New Mexico Children Public News Service Sarah Crawford, director of workplace fairness for the National Partnership for Women and Families, says that in New Mexico, the pay gap results in an average ... ...

News Coverage | June 4, 2012

New report card on family leave: Many states fail - Fox News

New report card on family leave: Many states fail Fox News The report card was issued by the National Partnership for Women & Families , a non-profit advocacy group. Only two states received an A-, California and Connecticut (no states scored an ...

News Coverage | May 31, 2012

Patient-Centeredness Crucial to ACO Success - Becker's Hospital Review

A new white paper issued by the National Partnership for Women & Familiesand Highland Park, Ill.-based Health Quality Advisors discusses crucial strategies ...

News Coverage | May 31, 2012

After Mother's Day, Still Talking Family - New York Times (blog)

After Mother's Day, Still Talking Family New York Times (blog) Advocacy organizations, like the National Partnership for Women and Families with its state-by-state analysis of laws regarding parental leave and Save the ...

News Coverage | May 14, 2012

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