The Washington Work and Family Coalition announced their policy proposal for paid family and medical leave. Under the proposed bills, Washington workers would be able to use extended paid leave for events like the birth of a child, a personal health emerg... read more
It’s a new year, and that means we’re gearing up for a new fight for Washington workers and families. In our last newsletter, we promised to make paid family and medical leave our top legislative priority for the upcoming session. And we’... read more
We’re heading to Olympia to pass paid family and medical leave for all workers. Learn more about our plan.
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MomsRising and Molly Moon invite you to join other leaders for an important, bipartisan discussion on paid family and medical leave. Join business, elected, and community leaders, along with local families, to talk about this important issue and how it i... read more
A newly-released study shows strong public support for a new comprehensive paid family and medical leave program. Additionally, new cost estimates show it’s easy and affordable for workers and employers. In response, state legislators and community ... read more
Washington has joined the growing number of states to adopt paid sick and safe leave for all workers with approval of Initiative 1433. Starting in January 2018, everyone working in Washington will be assured at least 1 hour of paid sick leave for every 40... read more
Kami Reep of Sonoma County, California was let go from work twice last year—not because she wasn’t able to perform her duties as a bookkeeper or because she did her job poorly, but because she needed to take time off when her ex-husband and abuser too... read more
Now YOU get to make the decisions! After all the ads and negativity of this campaign season, now is your chance to vote for healthier families and stronger communities. Make Washington the 6th state to pass paid sick days: YES on Initiative 1433 Initiativ... read more
For the past six years of my life I’ve dedicated my professional life to women’s equity issues. I was an instrumental part of a team that helped develop and eventually pass a paid sick days ordinance in Seattle in 2011. Currently, it’s been all abou... read more