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Let's Double Down This Month For Working Families

October marks two milestones that can drive change for families with young children - it is both National Work and Family Month, as well as the last month of the presidential campaign. Throughout the month, hardworking American families will tell their stories and advocates will outline commitments to help them. We will likely continue to hear mentions of issues like child care and paid family leave on the campaign trail.
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