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National Paid Family Leave: 2016 Needs a Champion

Thursday, March 12, 2015

This Congress won't pass it. But with support building on the ground and lessons learned from local legislation, we're ready as a nation. Now we need a presidential candidate--most likely a woman--who can make paid family leave a priority.

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