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Burbank: Paid family leave law a victory of bipartisanship

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| John Burbank | July 12, 2017 | Everett Herald

Changing lives: Workers welcome new paid family leave law

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| July 8, 2017 | The Daily News

New Law: At least 12 weeks of paid family leave available to all Washington workers in 2020

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| July 6, 2017 | Q13 Fox

What the New State Paid Family Leave Plan Means for Seattle

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| July 6, 2017 | The Stranger

Washington Workers Will Get Paid Family, Medical Leave Benefits Beginning In 2020



Paid Family and Medical Leave Work & Family

| July 6, 2017 | KUOW

What’s in the new family and medical leave law

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Economic Opportunity Institute | July 5, 2017

Washington’s New Paid Family and Medical Leave Program How it will work: Washington’s paid family and medical leave program will work like insurance. Workers and their employers will both pay a small premium with each paycheck, and then workers will receive a benefit from the state when they need family leave

Legislature approves paid family leave measure; governor hails passage

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| July 1, 2017 | Associated Press

Victory for paid family leave in Washington State!

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Marilyn Watkins | June 30, 2017

Washingtonians sent tens of thousands of emails and made hundreds of visits to legislators over the past few months with the simple message: a new baby, ailing parent, or cancer diagnosis should not mean financial calamity. On June 30, the Washington legislature responded, passing a comprehensive paid family

City Council’s Lorena Gonzalez Proposes Paid Family Leave for Private Employees

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| April 29, 2017 | Seattle Magazine

Paid family leave at Starbucks: The headlines vs. the reality

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Economic Opportunity Institute | March 17, 2017

Starbucks got headlines for announcing a new employee family leave policy. But as this story shows, a splashy press release can mask real inequities in company policy. That’s why Washington state needs a paid family and medical leave program that people can count on, no matter where they work: “My name is Kri

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