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Sept 10: 9to5 LA Chapter Meet ‘n’ Greet

Join us for the LA Chapter Meet ‘n’ Greet! Enjoy a meal, welcome our new interns, and hear updates on the fightback for universal health care, affordable housing, and other 9to5 campaigns. We’ll have special discounts available on 9to5 memberships and t-shirts, plus great ways for you to plug in to volunteer with the chapter.

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Mothers Know Best!

Check out 9to5’s new report “Mothers Know Best: At the intersection of low-wage work, public assistance and child care.” Over the course of the past two years, focus groups in three states brought together 100 low-income parents to talk about the difficulties they face accessing public assistance, child care, and work, as well as the policy solutions they need.

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MEDIA STATEMENT: 9to5 Celebrates Paid Leave Victory

The Colorado 2017 Family And Medical Leave Insurance (FAMLI) Act has passed out of the House! After two previous attempts, this is the first time the widely supported proposal for paid leave has passed out of one of the state legislative chambers.

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Why Department of Labor Pick Puzder is a Threat to Women

While we have a lot more to do to achieve full equity and economic security, Trump’s pick for Secretary of Labor, Andrew Puzder, will only take us backwards, something none of our families can afford.

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Amber’s Story: How Public Assistance Helped This Mom Make Ends Meet

I still keep my EBT card with my other sentimental items like movie tickets and family photos. As a new mom struggling to make ends meet while in school and working 20-30 hours a week, government assistance programs helped keep my family afloat. These programs allowed me to be a mom, finish school, and create the life I wanted.

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Wisconsin releases new poverty report

Low-income refundable tax credits have lifted 110,000 Wisconsinites out of poverty each year, on average, from 2011 to 2013, and another 130,000 were lifted out of poverty each year, on average, from 2009 to 2011 due to SNAP.

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