DeLauro, Warren Reintroduce Schedules That Work Act

The Schedules That Work Act is endorsed bv 9to5,  A Better Balance, Action for Children,  AFL-CIO,  African American Health Alliance, All-Options, American Association of University Women, American Federation of Teachers, Americans for Democratic Action (ADA), Asian Pacific American Labor Alliance,  AFL-CIO, BreastfeedLA, Caring Across Generations, Catch Fire Movement, Center for Economic and Policy Research (CEPR), Center for Law and Social Policy (CLASP), Center for Popular Democracy, CenterLink: The Community of LGBT Centers, CenterLink: The Community of LGBTQ Centers, Chicago Foundation for Women, Child Care Aware of America, Children’s Defense Fund, Citizen Action of New York, Coalition for Social Justice, Coalition of Labor Union Women,  AFL-CIO, Coalition on Human Needs, Colorado Center on Law and Policy, Colorado Fiscal Institute, Connecticut Women’s Education and Legal Fund (CWEALF), Economic Opportunity Institute, Economic Policy Institute, Empowering Pacific Islander Communities, Equal Rights Advocates, Every Texan, Faith in Public Life, Family Values @ Work, Florida Policy Institute, Georgia Budget and Policy Institute, Healthy Nourishment,  LLC, Indiana Community Action Poverty Institute, Institute for Women’s Policy Research, Jobs With Justice, Justice for Migrant Women, Kentucky Equal Justice Center, Legal Aid at Work, Legal Momentum,  The Women’s Legal Defense and Education Fund, Maine Center for Economic Policy, MANA,  A National Latina Organization, MomsRising, National Black Worker Center, National CAPACD- National Coalition for Asian Pacific American Community Development, National Center for Law and Economic Justice, National Council of Jewish Women, National Education Association, National Employment Law Project, National Employment Lawyers Association, National Immigration Law Center, National Organization for Women, National Partnership for Women & Families, National Women’s Law Center, NETWORK Lobby for Catholic Social Justice, Network of Jewish Human Service Agencies, NextGen America, North Carolina Justice Center, Oxfam America, Philadelphia Coalition of Labor Union Women, Poligon Education Fund, Public Justice Center, ROC United, Service Employees International Union, She Leads Justice, Shriver Center on Poverty Law, Sojourners-SojoAction, Start Early, Sugar Law Center for Economic & Social Justice, TakeAction Minnesota, The National Domestic Violence Hotline, The Workers Circle, United Food and Commercial Workers International Union, United for Respect, We All Rise, Women and Girls Foundation of Southwest PA, Women Employed, Women’s Fund of Rhode Island, Women’s Law Project, Women’s Media Center, Workplace Fairness, YWCA of the University of Illinois, YWCA USA, ZERO TO THREE.

Click here to read the full statement, first posted on Rep DeLauro’s website September 19, 2023.