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Posted by on Apr 13, 2017 in 9to5 in the News, Homepage_featured | Comments Off on Trump’s budget priorities are toxic to American families

Trump’s budget priorities are toxic to American families

Trump’s budget priorities are toxic to American families

It’s that time of year again…tax time! A good opportunity to reflect on all the things our taxes provide, from clean air and water, to roads and bridges, schools and teachers. National security whether it’s through defense or through economic programs that help families stay safe and secure like health care, social security, food stamps and low-income child care and housing assistance.

Posted by on Apr 4, 2017 in 9to5 in the News, Homepage_featured | Comments Off on Get Active on Equal Pay Day to Address the Many Causes of the Pay Gap

Get Active on Equal Pay Day to Address the Many Causes of the Pay Gap

Get Active on Equal Pay Day to Address the Many Causes of the Pay Gap

Today, April 4, is Equal Pay Day, representing how far into the new year women on average have to work to earn what men earned in the previous calendar year. It’s an opportunity to call attention to the pay gap experienced by working women and people of color, and to commit to taking action to close the gap.

Posted by on Mar 24, 2017 in Georgia, Homepage_featured | Comments Off on VICTORY! Georgia Family Care Act passes House and Senate

VICTORY! Georgia Family Care Act passes House and Senate

VICTORY! Georgia Family Care Act passes House and Senate

9to5 Georgia is proud to announce the passage of the Family Care Act (SB 201) with a 114 to 51 vote count in the House! The bill will now be sent to the Governor Deal for his signature.

Posted by on Mar 18, 2017 in 9to5 in the News, Homepage_featured | Comments Off on Tell Congress: Hands Off Our Health Care!

Tell Congress: Hands Off Our Health Care!

Tell Congress: Hands Off Our Health Care!

9to5 members and friends – Now is time to take action! Congress is voting this week and next on a bill that threatens to repeal the Affordable Care Act (ACA – Obamacare) and slash Medicaid, which together have reduced the number of uninsured Americans by many, many millions. Since the ACA became law on March 23, 2010, over 30 million have enrolled and more people in our country have health care coverage than ever.