Treasury Secretary Robert Rubin has named a six-member panel to investigate and report on child care in the workplace. The group, comprised of business and labor leaders, will report to President Clinton this spring with examples of successful corporate child care programs and will also work to publicize those efforts. Panel member Sandy Weil said, "It's important that we surface what different companies or communities are doing so people can see it can be done." President Clinton plans to address the issue of child care in his State of the Union Address, proposing tax credits for businesses that offer child care, administration officials have said.
10/21/2014 Afghanistan's New First Lady Advances Women's Issues - Just a few days after moving to the presidential palace, Afghanistan's new First Lady Rula Ghani said that she hopes to encourage greater respect for women.
Rula Ghani already broke tradition by participating in her husband, Ashraf Ghani Ahmadzai's, campaign for President. . . .
10/21/2014 Hulu Silences Rape Survivor Speaking Out Against Anti-Abortion Amendment 67 in Colorado - Hulu, an online, ad-supported streaming service, has refused to run an advertisement from the "No on 67" campaign in Colorado, citing the company's policy regarding "controversial" political positions on issues like abortion.
In a letter to the CEO of Hulu, dated October 10, the Vote No on 67 Campaign, which is supported by the Feminist Majority Foundation, asked the company to reconsider its unwillingness to air a 35-second spot featuring a rape survivor's testimony about the far-reaching impact of Colorado's proposed Amendment 67. . . .