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Media Coverage: Workers seek right to use sick days for loved ones

To this day, Carolyn Pinkston says Aug. 16, 2009, was the worse day of her life. Read read how The Family Care Act would have made a difference in Ms. Pinkston’s life.

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Media Coverage: Expanding Opportunity Means a Stronger Workforce, Economy and Country

Check out 9to5 Executive Director Linda Meric’s op-ed published in The Huffington Post on expanding opportunity so everyone has a fair chance at the American Dream.

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Media Coverage: Woman’s Journey Brings Her Work, Mental Health

Check our this front page story published in The Atlanta Journal-Constitution on an amazing 9to5 member and the organization that helped her find her voice.

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Media Coverage: Yes: Women deserve pay fairness

In Milwaukee recently, low-wage workers, union members and community activists joined a National Day of Action to raise the minimum wage.

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Media Coverage: Binders Full of Women Come Up Empty

Women represent more than half of the electorate and nearly half the workforce. So you’d think that President Obama and Governor Romney, vying to win the women’s vote, would focus on pay equity and its direct link to a healthy economy. But no, it took a woman to raise the question just three weeks before the presidential election.

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Media Coverage: Give Poverty the Attention it Deserves in the Debate

It’s time we give poverty, particularly child poverty, the attention it deserves. A good place to start would be the first presidential debate in Denver on October 3.

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