Washington’s paid family and medical leave program works like insurance. Workers and their employers have begun paying a small premium with each paycheck. Workers receive a benefit from the state when they need family leave or extended medical leave.
By Marilyn Watkins, Policy Director, Economic Opportunity Institute Women and families in the U.S. are facing so many challenges these days, it’s hard to know how to focus our energy. Women who have worked hard, paid taxes, and raised families in this c
For the first time in 10 years, a paid family and medical leave plan is ready for a vote in the full state House. After clearing the House Appropriations Committee on Thursday, House Bill 1116, sponsored by Rep. June Robinson, is ready for a vote on the f