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New Website Exposes NFIB as N-FIB

The NFIB claims to represent the interests of small businesses, but a new website by the Center for Media and Democracy breaks the façade and reveals that the group is funded by Karl Rove and other right-wing big-dollar donors.

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Roxanne’s Story

Due to New Jersey’s Paid Family Leave Insurance, “I was able to nurse [my first born], bond with her and experience her first smile…knowing my job was not in jeopardy.”

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Adam’s Story

“Paid Sick Days is a value to my business. [As] a quality first shop…[Paid Sick Days are] going to help us be competitive with bigger businesses.”

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Decision for Darden: Bad Working Conditions are Unsustainable

New ROC report shows alternative route of decent pay, benefits like paid sick days.

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Fight Voter Suppression in Orlando

Earned Sick Time supporters in Orlando fight an outrageous attempt at voter suppression. You can help.

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10 Ways to Rebuild the Middle Class for Hard Working Americans

REPORT: 10-Ways-to-Rebuild-the-Middle-Class The middle class is the great engine of the american economy. but today that engine is sputtering and as a result, both american families and the economy are struggling. the wages of most workers have been stuck in neutral

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10 Ways to Win Women’s Votes

As candidates across the country try to appeal to women voters, Family Values @ Work is offering this guide on how to win women’s support.

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Seattle Celebrates Start of Earned Sick Days

Seattle becomes fourth U.S. city to ensure workers earn paid sick days.

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This small-business owner welcomes earned sick time

Orange County voters will likely have the opportunity to enact an earned sick-time initiative this November. As a small-business owner, I’m eager to throw my support behind this cost-effective policy that benefits both workers and businesses. I’m the co-owner of Dandelion Communitea Cafe in Orlando,

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New law requires paid sick leave at Seattle businesses

SEATTLE – A new law that took effect Saturday means Seattle is now one of the few cities in the nation requiring businesses to offer paid sick leave to workers. Before the law started moving forward, some local companies were

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