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Why Now Is the Time for Businesses to Improve Child Care

Between August and October of 2023 -- around when federal funding expired -- 17.7 percent of parents with children younger than 12 reported not having child care in the past four weeks. Between January and April of...

Aetna Agrees to Cover Fertility Treatments for Same-Sex Couples

[Emma] Goidel, who became pregnant with her second child after six cycles of artificial insemination, and one unsuccessful attempt at in vitro fertilization, told AP she was “thrilled” that Aetna would be amending its policy,...

After Class-Action Lawsuit, Aetna Will Equally Cover Fertility Treatment for LGBTQ+ Couples

Health insurance company Aetna will now equally cover artificial insemination and other fertility treatments for all customers nationally, as part of a settlement in a lawsuit that alleged discrimination against LGBTQ+ people. The National Women’s...

El acoso sexual laboral: el drama silencioso que enfrentan las latinas en EEUU

Por medio de Nora, Laura llevó su caso con el Fondo de Defensa Legal TIME’S UP de la National Women’s Law Center, un grupo de defensoras, expertas y abogadas que luchan por la justicia de género, abordando...

#MeToo movement says it’s still standing strong after landmark conviction against Harvey Weinstein overturned

Fatima Goss Graves, president of the National Women’s Law Center and co-founder of the legal defense fund Time’s Up, said the decision was a “step in the wrong direction, devastating news for the Silence Breakers,...

Exclusive: More parents lack child care after federal funding “cliff”

"The National Women's Law Center compares the situation for parents in those states to the rest of the country. And in those funded places parents are more likely to have access to child care, plus...