Tag: Public Policy

Donald Trump, Joined by Ivanka Trump, to Outline Child Care Policy

Robert Costa, Washington Post – September 13, 2016

Donald Trump on Tuesday will unveil several policy proposals for lowering child-care costs that were crafted in part by his eldest daughter, Ivanka, who will appear with him at a community center in a suburb of Philadelphia.

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With Softer Tone, Trump Touts Childcare Plan with Ivanka

Eli Stokols, Politico – September 13, 2016

Donald Trump made an overt appeal to the women voters he is struggling to win over, outlining a family leave plan for new mothers and flushing out a proposed childcare tax credit that he says were both inspired by his daughter, Ivanka.

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Hillary Clinton Thinks Women Should Be Included In The Draft

Sam Stein, Huffington Post – June 15, 2016

Hillary Clinton said she backs legislation requiring women to register for the draft, moments before the Senate voted in favor of the measure“I do support that,” Clinton told The Huffington Post on Wednesday. The provision would have little practical impact, at least in the short-term. The United States has relied on an all-volunteer army since 1973, which Clinton said she continues to favor.

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Would Michael Bloomberg Support Women’s Rights As A Presidential Candidate?

Lauren Barbato, Bustle – January 23, 2016

Where does Bloomberg, who switched from Republican to independent during his tenure as New York City mayor, stand on women’s issues, and how would his policies stand up to the likes of Hillary Clinton, Sen. Bernie Sanders (D-Vt.) and Republican front-runner Donald Trump? While he would be the more feminist choice than the Donald, Michael Bloomberg may need to change some of his women’s rightspolicies if he wants to win over female voters.

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Clinton Calls for Paid Family Leave in Mother’s Day Message

Elise Viebeck, The Hill – May 10, 2015

Democratic presidential hopeful Hillary Clinton is calling for guaranteed paid family leave in a video message for Mother’s Day. The former secretary of State said it is “outrageous” that the United States is “the only developed country” that does not guaranteed paid leave for workers who have children.

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