Many family-related policies, including pay equity, are key to children's well-being

DeLauro, Rosa
July 2007
Hill;7/24/2007, Vol. 14 Issue 89, p34
The author reflects on the implications of family-related government policies including equity on the well-being of children in the U.S. She believes that family-friendly policies make the best children's policy by addressing an entire family's needs. She stresses that the country could support its families and confront the nation's great challenge through supporting the best policy.


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