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114 million people in the United States have no paid family leave to care for a new child or sick family member. That's not right -- and it's time for change. 

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114 million people in the United States have no paid family leave to care for a new child or sick family member. That's not right -- and it's time for change. 

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Only 13% of private sector workers in the U.S. have any paid family leave - we're the only developed country with no national policy.

There are only 2 countries in the world without any national maternity leave policy: the United States, and Papua New Guinea.

The United States of America and Papua New Guinea

The United States of America and Papua New Guinea

Paid Family Leave makes it possible for families to help each other. 

It’s also great public policy.

Money 26 weeks of paid leave would increase US women's labor force participation to the tune of a 5% increase in GDP.

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26 weeks of paid leave would increase US women's labor force participation to the tune of a 5% increase in GDP.

Babies 10 weeks of paid maternity leave reduces infant mortality by 10%.

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10 weeks of paid maternity leave reduces infant mortality by 10%.

Equality Paid leave in the U.S. is an elite privilege -- only 6% of people working low-wage jobs have access to any paid family leave.

Equality

Paid leave in the U.S. is an elite privilege -- only 6% of people working low-wage jobs have access to any paid family leave.

PL+US is fighting to win paid family leave for everyone working in the U.S.