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CalMatters Highlights How Wage Theft Claims Remain Unpaid, Even After Workers “Win” Them

The article, which features the story of LAAW’s client Mayra Perez, discusses the many challenges workers face in collecting their lost wages even after the Labor Commissioner has awarded them money.
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Elizabeth Kristen Discusses How Title IX Protects Reproductive Rights on Campus

Elizabeth said: "You could certainly come up with scenarios where male reproductive care is fully supported and fully cared for by medical systems where the full range of female reproductive care is not, and that that could be seen as sex discrimination."
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Landmark California Court Decision Protects Immigrant Workers from Abusive Discovery

A California appellate court issued a groundbreaking ru … Continue reading “Landmark California Court Decision Protects Immigrant Workers from Abusive Discovery”

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Moms Work to Improve Lactation Accommodations for Others

Breastfeeding has health advantages for the baby and fo … Continue reading “Moms Work to Improve Lactation Accommodations for Others”

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What the Supreme Court’s Dobbs Decision Means for LGBTQ+ Rights

*By Cirrus Jahangiri The Supreme Court’s decision in Do … Continue reading “What the Supreme Court’s Dobbs Decision Means for LGBTQ+ Rights”

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San Francisco is now the First City in the Nation to Grant Working Families the Right to Workplace Accommodations to Help with Family Caregiving and Childcare

When Mariana asked her large fast food restaurant emplo … Continue reading “San Francisco is now the First City in the Nation to Grant Working Families the Right to Workplace Accommodations to Help with Family Caregiving and Childcare”

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KQED discusses with Katie Wutchiett why the CA Budget Needs to Increase Paid Family Leave and State Disability Insurance Payment Rates

“[I]t’s not humane or cost-efficient to force back to work new parents, folks who are sick or injured, or their family caregivers before they’re ready. . . . But by having a state disability insurance and paid family leave system that doesn’t provide enough income for families to live on, that’s exactly what we’re doing.”
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Hawaiʻi Public Radio Interviews LAAW’s Student Athlete Clients on the Anniversary of Title IX

LAAW client Ashley Badis notes that she is grateful to Patsky Mink and others who originally championed Title XI, noting that “I didn’t want [my sister] or any of the other students to have to go through what I did” in being denied equal access to athletic facilities and opportunities.
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This Father’s Day, We Should Make Caregiving Leave More Accessible by Passing SB 951

*By Amaya Ramsay-Malone When Alfonso’s baby daughter wa … Continue reading “This Father’s Day, We Should Make Caregiving Leave More Accessible by Passing SB 951”

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