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Family and Medical Leave Act In 1993, President Clinton signed into law the Family and Medical Leave Act (FMLA), a law tied to more than 200 million women and men who have taken the time they need to tend to loved ones or manage their own health concerns without the fear and worry of possibly losing their jobs. This has been especially valuable for Hispanic families. While the Department of Labor reports that the Hispanic women’s share of the labor force has doubled over the last 20 years, the National Hispanic Council on Aging has found that concurrently the average HispanicRead More
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