Sen. Marco Rubio’s proposal for paid family leave fails to meet the needs of modern working families.
The right policies could go a long way to help Michigan women gain economic security.
Val Demings, the first female police chief of Orlando, Florida, gave a rousing keynote address at the Center for American Progress Action Fund's first women's leadership event, "Blind Spots and Double Binds: The Leadership Issues for Women of Color."
Virginia Attorney General Ken Cuccinelli’s positions would result in harmful impacts to women—and he is not alone. We focus on Cuccinelli’s record as it relates to women’s health and reproductive rights.
The vice presidential debate could easily sway undecided women voters if Vice President Biden elaborates on policy contrasts on women’s health and rights.
Emilie Openchowski explains why the Republican platform and recent controversy surrounding abortion rights and women’s health are troubling indications of the party’s ultimate objectives.
You do not have to dig too hard into his record to realize that a President Romney would be very bad for women, write Jessica Arons, Sarah Jane Glynn, and Katie Wright.
Jessica Arons explains why the policies promoted by Gov. Romney and Rep. Ryan are both extreme and costly for women.
Jessica Arons and Lindsay Rosenthal compare President Obama and Gov. Romney on their positions related to women's health.
Insurance companies currently charge women more than men, often don't provide maternity coverage, and deny insurance to victims of domestic violence.