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Fact Sheet: The Wage Gap for Women

Sarah Jane Glynn gives the key facts you need to know about unequal pay and how it affects women.

By Sarah Jane Glynn | Thursday, August 16, 2012

Más niños latinos pasarían hambre bajo la Enmienda de la Congresista Roby

La representante Martha Roby (R-AL) ha propuesto una enmienda que les negaría los beneficios de asistencia nutricional a los estadounidenses que viven en hogares donde hay alguien que no pueda demostrar que tiene autorización para vivir en los Estados Unidos.

By Sarah Jane Glynn | Thursday, July 12, 2012

More Latino Children Would Go Hungry Under Roby Amendment

More than 80 percent of the children who would lose nutrition assistance benefits under a proposed Farm Bill amendment are Latino, writes Sarah Jane Glynn.

By Sarah Jane Glynn | Wednesday, July 11, 2012

Top 5 Economic Benefits from the President’s Immigration Announcement

Sarah Jane Glynn details why President Barack Obama’s recent immigration announcement benefits the nation’s bottom line.

By Sarah Jane Glynn | Monday, July 9, 2012

Conservatives’ Stab at Pay Equity Falls Short

Sarah Jane Glynn shows why the Paycheck Fairness Act is far superior to the conservative alternative offered up last week.

By Sarah Jane Glynn | Monday, June 11, 2012

Separando el mito de la verdad sobre el crédito tributario por hijo o el “child tax credit”

Vuelven a ser noticia los inmigrantes y el crédito tributario por hijo, que es el crédito rembolsable aprobado por el Congreso en 1998 para impedir que los niños caigan en la pobreza. En esta ocasión, las afirmaciones que se están haciendo son aun más exageradas y engañosas que antes. Recientemente, los Senadores David Vitter (R-LA) y Marco Rubio (R-FL) presentaron leyes por separado que tienen por objeto limitar la elegibilidad al crédito fiscal y están politizando el tema de forma activa a la vez que presionan por el voto en el Senado.

By Marshall Fitz and Sarah Jane Glynn | Friday, June 1, 2012

Separating Fact from Fiction About the Child Tax Credit

Sarah Jane Glynn and Marshall Fitz argue that attacks against the child tax credit are yet another example of how compassionate conservatism is dead.

By Marshall Fitz and Sarah Jane Glynn | Wednesday, May 30, 2012

The Gender Wage Gap Double Whammy

Sarah Jane Glynn details the damage inflicted on women’s lifetime earnings by the gender wage gap and shows how paid family and medical leave can help solve the problem.

By Sarah Jane Glynn | Monday, April 16, 2012

The New Breadwinners: 2010 Update

article icon Issue Brief Sarah Jane Glynn describes how women are now either breadwinners or co-breadwinners in most families.

By Sarah Jane Glynn | Monday, April 16, 2012

The Top 10 Facts About the Wage Gap

Audrey Powers and Sarah Jane Glynn lay out the facts about unequal pay between women and men.

By Sarah Jane Glynn and Audrey Powers | Monday, April 16, 2012

The Effects of Paid Family and Medical Leave on Employment Stability and Economic Security

book_alt2 icon Report Heather Boushey and Sarah Jane Glynn on how providing paid family and medical leave helps keep people employed.

By Heather Boushey and Sarah Jane Glynn | Thursday, April 12, 2012

Caring for Our Caregivers

Ann Garcia and Sarah Jane Glynn examine the valuable contributions immigrant women make as home health care workers and why we need to bring them out the shadows.

By Ann Garcia and Sarah Jane Glynn | Thursday, March 8, 2012

Paid Parental Leave Sorely Lacking Across the United States

Sarah Jane Glynn explains why the United States needs paid parental leave available to help women fulfill their dual roles as parents and workers.

By Sarah Jane Glynn | Wednesday, March 7, 2012

President’s Bureau of Labor Statistics Budget Will Lead to Better Policies for Workers

Sarah Jane Glynn explains why the president’s budget proposal for the bureau will help give us a clearer picture of our workforce, allowing us to craft the right policies to rebuild the economy and strengthen the middle class.

By Sarah Jane Glynn and Heather Boushey | Wednesday, February 15, 2012

Los datos más importantes sobre los inmigrantes y el crédito tributario por hijos (child tax credit)

Conforme se acerca la fecha limite para extender el recorte de impuestos salariales para el año 2012, los miembros del Congreso siguen proponiendo medidas inhumanas y contraproducentes para compensar la pérdida de ingresos de impuestos.

By Marshall Fitz and Sarah Jane Glynn | Wednesday, February 1, 2012