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5/23/16

Should Connecticut Mandate Paid Family and Medical Leave? - Where We Live, WNPR 

Catherine Bailey, CWEALF's Legal & Public Policy Director and co-chair of the Campaign for Paid Family Leave was interviewed on Where We Live. 

5/11/16

Capitol News Briefing with Advocacy Organizations to Discuss the Proposed Consolidation of Six Legislative Commissions Including the PCSW - CT-N 

5/11/16

Press Release: In Support of Commissions for Disenfranchised Groups 

4/6/16

Hamden business owner, employees come out in support of paid family & medical leave - New Haven Register

4/1/16

Connecticut Campaign for Paid Family Leave - Official Statement RE: Passage of New York's Paid Leave system 

3/10/16

Connecticut may become the 4th state to pass paid family and medical leave act -Fox 61

3/1/16

State lawmakers pushing for 'affirmative consent' on all campuses - News 8 WTNH.com

2/25/16

Harp backs paid family leave state bill – Yale Daily News

2/19/16

Paid Family Leave Back on Legislative Table – Journal Inquirer

2/18/16

Advocates Renew Push for Paid Leave – CT News Junkie

2/18/16

Group Wants Connecticut to be 4th State with Paid Family Medical Leave –New Haven Register

2/17/16

Big Push for Paid Family Medical Leave Law- WTNH.com

2/13/16

Sexual Consent Legislation Reintroduced – Journal Inquirer

2/12/16

No Means No: Lawmakers Renew Push for ‘Affirmative Consent’ on Campus -The Hartford Courant

1/27/16

Bye sponsors forum on paid family medical leave – West Hartford News

 

 

 

Events

  

Save The Date!

One Woman Makes a Difference 

 October 4, 2016

On October 4, 2016, CWEALF will hold its annual awards dinner “One Woman Makes a Difference” at the Aqua Turf in Plantsville, CT. The event celebrates the contributions of women to the personal and professional lives of women and girls in Connecticut. Make sure to follow CWEALF on Facebook and sign up for our e-news for the announcement of the 2016 honorees!

There are many ways to support the event which raises resources for CWEALF’s direct services for women and girls. Companies and individuals are encouraged to sponsor the event, purchase advertisements in the program book, donate auction items, host a table or buy tickets. For more information contact Meg Dubois at mdubois@cwealf.org.

 

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