Tags » Working Families

The Childcare Gap is Widening

Zoe Hanson, the young mother of a year old infant, was feeling down: She and her husband Scott had just moved to Pacifica near San Francisco, to an apartment in a “crumbly house,” a tract home, that, nevertheless, at $3,000 a month, was untenably expensive. 1,044 more words

How Obama’s Presidency Has Been A Victory For Working Parents

I am sad that President Obama’s time in the White House is coming to an end, he has accomplished much yet imagine how much further we might have gone together if we had never had a Tea Party Republican faction in congress, better yet no blue dog democrats, they were a huge thorn in our side during the passage of the ACA, good riddance when they were voted out. 248 more words

Picnic in the Park Welcomes Working Families and Neighbors in Ohio

City Kids Daycare opened in 1989 and provides working families in downtown Columbus and Hilliard, Ohio, with a quality preschool and daycare option that promotes parental involvement and accessibility. 136 more words

City Kids Daycare

Why the working vs SAH mother argument doesn't add up

With Mother’s Day behind us I think the best gift we mothers can gave ourselves is to stop with this ridiculous argument between so-called working and stay at home mothers. 809 more words

Career

“DHS ILLEGAL ROOM PUSHING!”

I’m your mama, I’m your daddy,
I’m chippin in the alley.
I’m your doctor when in need.
Want some coke? Have some weed.
You know me, I’m your fiend, 296 more words

#USHomeless

In Trenton, Low-Wage Workers Rally for $15 Minimum Wage Boost

TRENTON – Fake money rained from the sky in front of the Trenton State House on Thursday as labor workers and New Jersey Working Families joined together to empty—and then wreck—a piñata in the likeness of presidential candidate Donald Trump and New Jersey Governor Chris Christie. 510 more words

New Jersey

City Council Approves Union-Backed de Blasio Housing Plan

BY MIKE LEE

After certain modifications, the New York City Council voted in support of Mayor Bill de Blasio’s ambitious and innovative housing plan, which he presented in late 2015. 426 more words