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Paid Leave Set for Political Boost in SOTU Tonight

Tuesday, January 20, 2015

"We have no illusion that it will pass in the next two years," Ellen Bravo, a leading advocate of paid leave, said Tuesday before the president's speech. "But what we will see is growing support and growing pressures on those who block it."

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