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January 31, 2019: Time to Care Coalition Celebrates Passage of Legislation to Improve and Expand Paid Family Leave in New Jersey

May 3, 2018: Historic Change for New Jersey Workplaces as Governor Phil Murphy Enacts the Earned Sick and Safe Days Act

March 26, 2018: Lawmakers, Workers, Advocates and Business Groups Laud Legislation to Secure Economic Security for Women and Families

March 12, 2018: Workers, Small Business Owners, and Advocates Voice Support for a Strong Earned Sick and Safe Days Standard for New Jersey

March 12, 2018: Media Alert for Earned Sick Days Hearing in the Assembly with Press Availability to Follow

July 21, 2017: Christie’s Conditional Veto of A4927, Paid Family Leave Expansion, Lets Families Down

May 20, 2016: New Jersey Time to Care Coalition Celebrates Paid Sick Days Successes in Twelve Municipalities

August 26, 2015: NJ Women Leaders Mark Women's Equality Day with Renewed Call on the State Legislature to Pass Earned Sick Days Bill 

February 12, 2015: U.S. Congressmembers & NJ Time to Care Coalition Applaud Introduction of a National Paid Sick Days Bill

January 15, 2015: New Jersey Working Families, Business Owners Urge President Obama to Support Earned Sick Dyas and Paid Family Leave Policies

December 15, 2014: New Jersey Assembly Budget Committee Advances Earned Sick Days Legislation

December 10, 2014: U.S. Labor Secretary, N.J. Mayors, Council Members, Advocates & Experts Gather to Discuss Implementation of Earned Sick Days

November 4, 2014: Trenton and Montclair Voters Approve Earned Sick Days!

October 27, 2014: Earned Sick and Safe Days Legislation Passes the Assembly Labor Committee

September 2, 2014: The Time to Care Coalition Applauds Passaic City Council on Passing Earned Sick Days

August 8, 2014: Coalition Applauds Speaker Prieto for his Commitment to Move Earned Sick Leave Legislation in September

July 1, 2014: Families and Advocates Celebrate Five Years with Successful Paid Family Leave Insurance Program

April 8, 2014: Sen. Weinberg, Asw. Lampitt, Workers, Advocates and Union Leaders Launch Statewide Earned Sick Days Campaign

January 28, 2014: Newark City Council Passes Earned Sick Days Ordinance. Momentum Continues to Grow for Statewide Bill

January 24, 2014: Coalition Celebrates as Jersey City Becomes 1ST City in New Jersey to Guarantee Paid Sick Days for Workers

January 8, 2014: The Time to Care Coalition Commends the New Jersey State Assembly and Senate for sending state bill that will provide protections for pregnant workers to Governor Christie’s desk.

December 12, 2013: 20+ New Jersey Economists Call on City Council, Mayor to Pass 'Earned Sick Days' Ordinance in an Open Letter

December 12, 2013: Congressman Donald Payne Jr., Rush Holt & New Jersey Advocates Call for Passage of National Family Leave Insurance

December 5, 2013: The Time to Care Coalition Applauds Newark City Council for Advancing Earned Sick Days Ordinance

Sepember 26, 2013: The Time to Care Coalition Applauds Jersey City Action on Earned Sick Days

September 6, 2013: Coalition Stands with Mayor Fulop to Advance Earned Sick Days Ordinance in Jersey City

August 8, 2013: NJ Women Support Earned Sick Days

May 13, 2013: Earned Sick Days: A Win-Win for New Jersey

March 13, 2013: Portland OR Passes Paid Sick Days

February 14, 2013: The New Jersey State Assembly Moves the Issue of a Meaningful Minimum Wage to the Voters

February 7, 2013: The Time to Care Coalition Praises the New Jersey State Senate and President Sweeney for Again Approving Resolution SCR1 to Place the Issue of a Meaningful Minimum Wage on the Fall Election Ballot

February 5, 2013: NJ Time to Care Coalition Joins In Celebrations of Family and Medical Leave Act (FMLA)

January 28, 2013: Governor Christie’s Conditional Veto of the Bill to Increase Minimum Wage Hurts New Jersey

January 25, 2013: Working Families and Small Businesses Need a Minimum Wage Increase that Matters

December 18, 2012: The Time to Care Coalition and its Allies Commend the New Jersey State Assembly for Passing SCR1, Minimum Wage Increase to $8.25 with Annual Adjustments based on Inflation.

November 19, 2012: Give New Jersey’s Working Families a Reason to Really Give Thanks: Craft a Strong Minimum Wage Increase

September 18, 2012: Kudos to the New Jersey Employers on Working Mother’s ‘100 Best Companies’ List