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Paid Family Leave: It's Time for Serious Bipartisan Consideration

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Bipartisan Policy Center
1225 I Street NW
Suite 1000
Washington, DC 20003
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Americans overwhelmingly support the idea of paid family leave, whether to care for a new child, one’s own illness, or a sick family member. Republicans and Democrats have come a long way toward finding agreement on this issue, but Congress has yet to turn that growing consensus into actionable, bipartisan policy.

On July 18, BPC’s Task Force on Paid Family Leave began a bipartisan conversation about why we need bipartisanship on paid family leave, why the country needs a federal approach, and how the lack of paid family leave is impacting American families and children.

A Conversation with Ivanka Trump

Panel I Discussion

Panel II Discussion


A Conversation with: 

Ivanka Trump
Advisor to the President, The White House
@IvankaTrump

Fireside chat with: 

Chris Dodd 
Former U.S. Senator
@SenChrisDodd

Rick Santorum
Former U.S. Senator 
@RickSantorum

Panel discussion with:

Myra Jones-Taylor, Ph.D
Chief Policy Officer, ZERO TO THREE
@myrajonestaylor

Walter Gilliam, Ph.D 
Professor of Child Psychiatry and Psychology, Yale Univeristy
@waltergilliam

Jennifer Greenfield, Ph.D 
Assistant Professor, University of Denver
@jcgreenfield

Moderated by:

Kimberly Leonard 
Senior Health Policy Reporter, Washington Examiner
@leonardkl

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