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Media Coverage: Colorado Democrats support workplace antidiscrimination proposal

Erin Bennett, Colorado director of 9to5, National Association of Working Women, said the changes are necessary because the monetary compensation some plaintiffs get isn’t enough to cover attorneys’ costs. This leads to some attorneys not being willing to take discrimination cases against small businesses, leaving those victims without any means for justice, she said.

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Media Coverage: Why secretary is still the top job for women

Check out this story by CNN Money on 9to5’s fight for equal pay featuring Cindia Cameron, 9to5 organizing director.

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Read about the early organizing days of Lead Organizer Cathy Deppe

Check out the amazing story in “Our Weekly” about 9to5 California’s Lead Organizer Cathy Deppe. The story highlights her involvement in the early days of the Civil Rights Movement and how it helped prepare her to fight for women’s rights and more.

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Media Coverage: Not everyone can skip work, even if it prevents spread of flu

The lack of paid sick days is an important public health issue that needs to be addressed by policymakers.

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Media Coverage: Boston declares flu health emergency, shows Denverites deserve paid sick days

2013 is already shaping up to be one of the worst flu seasons in years. Without paid sick days, too many low-wage workers will be forced to come to work sick, spreading the flu to clients, customers, and co-workers.

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Media Coverage: Colorado’s minimum wage increase will help boost economic growth

While stagnant wages and sluggish job growth continue to cloud the post-recession recovery, a bright spot exists in Colorado: 66,000 of the state’s lowest-paid workers got a raise.

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