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Modern Rosie The Riveter

This statistic took my breath away: Half of all the women in Los Angeles County who have a child under the age of 5 live in poverty. How do they cope? What are the long-term implications for their children? How can we change this situation?
Beautiful Older Woman

We applaud Senator Mark Leno's decision to introduce legislation (SB3) that aims to raise California's minimum wage to $11 an hour in 2016 and $13 in 2017. Six out of ten minimum wage workers are women. In this post, Jane Pak talks to a 63-year-old worker from Fairfield, Angela Grott.

In 2013-14 legislative year, the Women's Foundation of California co-sponsored a bill to raise the minimum wage to $13 an hour—SB 935 (Mark Leno). Jane Pak writes about the importance of this bill. Update: Soon after this post was published, the bill died in Assembly Committee on Labor and Employment.
calling all women for change

Sign our letter in support of SB 935 (Leno), a trailblazing bill that aims to gradually raise the minimum wage until it’s $13 per hour. Update: This bill died in the Assembly Committee on Labor and Employment on June 26, 2014.
women shoping in store

On Tuesday, May 20, we held a legislative briefing at the state Capitol in Sacramento and unveiled an important set of data related to women’s poverty.

“We need to raise the bar in the state of California. We need to invest in the future prosperity of Californians.”— Chris Hoene, California...

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