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February 14, 2005

NWLC on Renomination of Controversial Judges

For Immediate Release: Monday, February 14, 2005 Contact: Ranit Schmelzer or Jenice Robinson at 202-588-5180 NWLC DENOUNCES ADMINISTRATION’S DECISION TO RENOMINATE CONTROVERSIAL JUDGES Calls on Senate to Withhold Its Approval for Nominees Hostile to Women’s Rights

February 7, 2005

President’s Budget Promotes Twisted Priorities

For Immediate Release: Monday, February 7, 2005 Contact: Ranit Schmelzer or Jenice Robinson, (202) 588-5180, www.nwlc.org President’s Budget Promotes Twisted Priorities Slashes Vital Services for Women & Families While Lavishing Tax Cuts on Millionaires and Corporations

February 3, 2005

Social Security: Widows, Spouses, Disabled Forgotten in President’s Social Security Privatization Plan

National Women’s Law Center For Immediate Release: Thursday, February 3, 2005 Contact: Ranit Schmelzer or Jenice Robinson, (202) 588-5180, www.nwlc.org Widows, Spouses, Disabled Forgotten in President’s Social Security Privatization Plan ( Washington, DC) – The details

February 1, 2005

NWLC Issues 50-State Report on Social Security

For Immediate Release: Tuesday, February 1, 2005 Contact: Ranit Schmelzer or Yolanda Norton, 588-5180, www.nwlc.org NWLC Issues 50-State Report on Social Security Shows Importance of Social Security to Women, Children and the States As President Bush

February 1, 2005

National Women’s Groups Join Together to Oppose Changes to Medicaid Program

For Immediate Release: Tuesday, February 1, 2005 Contact: Ranit Schmelzer or Jenice Robinson, (202) 588-5180, www.nwlc.org NATIONAL WOMEN’S GROUPS JOIN TOGETHER TO OPPOSE CHANGES TO MEDICAID PROGRAM Funding Cuts Would Jeopardize Health Care for Millions of

January 26, 2005

NWLC Response to Thomas: Proposal of Tying Social Security Benefits to Gender is Unconstitutional

For Immediate Release: Wednesday, January 26, 2005 Contact: Ranit Schmelzer or Yolanda Norton, 202-588-5180, www.nwlc.org Thomas Proposal of Tying Social Security Benefits to Gender is Unconstitutional ( Washington, DC) – Last week and again on Sunday’s

January 24, 2005

National Women’s Law Center and Women’s Prerogative Letter Writing Campaign Focuses on Addressing Under-Representation of Women in Math and the Sciences: Larry Summers’s Comments Present a Unique Opportunity for Real Change

For Immediate Release: Monday, January 24, 2005 Contact: Ranit Schmelzer or Yolanda Norton, 202/588-5180, or Cathleen Witter, 202/466-9633 National women’s law center and women’s prerogative letter writing campaign focuses on addressing under-representation of women In math

November 16, 2004

NWLC Urges Senate to Reject Griffith Nomination (November 16, 2004)

For Immediate Release: Tuesday, November 16, 2004 Contact: Ranit Schmelzer or Yolanda Norton, 202-588-5180 NWLC URGES SENATE TO REJECT GRIFFITHNOMINATION Says Controversial Nomination Should Not Be Rushed Through Lame Duck Session ( Washington, DC) – The

October 19, 2004

Real Wages Stagnate; Tax Cuts Fail as Economic Stimulus

October 7, 2004

NWLC Launches Initiative to Make Consumers Aware of Potential Limits To Their Health Care Services

For Immediate Release: Friday, October 7, 2004 Contact: Ranit Schmelzer or Yolanda Norton, 202-588-5180 NWLC Launches Initiative to Make Consumers Aware of Potential Limits To Their Health Care Services Effort Aimed at Increasing Public Awareness of

September 24, 2004

Tennessee Governor Submits Harmful Medicaid Proposal to Federal Government

For Immediate Release: September 24, 2004 Contact: NWLC Communications Staff at 202/588-5180 Tennessee Governor Submits Harmful Medicaid Proposal to Federal Government (Washington, D.C.) —Tennessee Governor Phil Bredesen announced earlier today that he is submitting a sweeping

September 14, 2004

50-State Study on Child Care Assistance Finds Setbacks for Families

For Immediate Release: September 14, 2004 Contact: Ranit Schmelzer or Yolanda Norton at 202-588-5180 50-State Study on Child Care Assistance Finds Setbacks For Families Analysis of State Child Care Assistance Policies Finds Families Struggling to Move