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June 8, 2017

Moving from legal to economic equality for LGBT people

June is traditionally LGBT pride month, and Massachusetts has a lot to be proud of. In 1989, we became the second state to ban discrimination based on sexual orientation (gender identity took longer). In 2004 we became the very first state to have marriage equality for same-sex couples. In spite of these victories for legal equality here and elsewhere, though, LGBT people continue to face wage gaps and other forms of economic inequality.

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May 31, 2017

A Deeper Dive into Early Education and Care

As the four women serving on the Boston City Council, we believe it is time to shine a spotlight on the state of early education and childcare in our city.

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April 6, 2017

Recognizing Progress Made and Action Still Needed on Equal Pay Day

From the day I was sworn in, we have taken significant steps to help more women earn the pay they deserve.

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