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After two years of work, Governor Gina Raimondo signed into law a bill that prohibits discrimination of pregnant employees in the workplace.
Rhode Island on Stage at the First New England Women's Policy Conference
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Women as policy leaders
Michelle Kwan speaks at bi-annual Holiday Tea
Rhode Island is lining up for women's equality


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Women’s Equality, Women’s Autonomy
by Katharine Murphy on 8/24/2015 What feels like a long, but really quite short, 95 years ago, women in the United States acquired the right to vote. Following an immeasurable amount of effort put forth by women and men in favor of voting equality, women’s suffrage was scribed into our Constitution on August 26, 1920.

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