NWLC has analyzed President Obama's 2015 budget's effects on programs and policies important to women and families.
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The Strong Start for America’s Children Act significantly expands access to high-quality preschool through state-federal partnerships.
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Families in 27 states are better off under one or more child care policies in 2013 than in 2012, but families lost ground in nearly half the states.
Obamacare makes health coverage more affordable and easier to obtain for millions of American women.
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Millions of women and families are struggling to keep their heads above water, while the richest 1 percent is doing better than ever.
New regulations for home-care workers, who are overwhelmingly women, will help reduce poverty and advance fair pay for women.
Women typically lose more than $11,000 a year because of the wage gap. What would you do with an extra $11,000?
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