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A Collaborative Agenda for the Disability and Reproductive Justice Communities in 2023 Fact Sheet
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A Collaborative Agenda for the Disability and Reproductive Justice Communities in 2023

The Center for American Progress recently hosted a roundtable of more than 20 advocates from the reproductive and disability rights and justice communities—and has compiled the top five policy priorities important to focus on this year.

5 Facts About the PUMP for Nursing Mothers Act Article
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5 Facts About the PUMP for Nursing Mothers Act

The PUMP for Nursing Mothers Act provides critical protections for women who choose to breastfeed in the workplace and expands protections in the 2010 Break Time for Nursing Mothers Act.

Becca Damante

Fact Sheet: Common Challenges to Implementing One-Year Supply Policies and Recommended Solutions Fact Sheet
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Fact Sheet: Common Challenges to Implementing One-Year Supply Policies and Recommended Solutions

This fact sheet accompanies the Center for American Progress’ report on best practices to expand and improve contraceptive access at the state level, covering common implementation challenges and offering recommendations for one-year contraceptive dispensing policies.

Kierra B. Jones

Recent Legislative and Executive Acts Represent Promise for Women’s Economic Security Article
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Recent Legislative and Executive Acts Represent Promise for Women’s Economic Security

Women and their families should find some current financial pressures—fueled partly by the gender wage gap—alleviated by recent policy wins, particularly if policymakers prioritize implementing new pathways to good jobs for women in the years ahead.

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