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News to Chew On: Link Love for Lunch

Posted by sherrysaunders on August 2, 2010

What sports really does for women [Boston.com]

 Benefits for women in health care overhaul [Washington Post]

87% of voters say woman president likely in next 25 years.  Does this seem like along tome to you? [Rasmussenreports.com]

 Women lack confidence in handling their money [Reuters]

VA is stepping up services for women and it is about time. [Washington Post]

Veterans groups struggle to attract younger members and women [wbur.org]

Eight states could elect first female governor this year [MSNBC]

No more ladies nights in Minnesota. An Era ending? [Inside Counsel]

 Young women just as likely to have job as young men [CPR.NET]

Small business taking positive approach to maternity leave [New York Times]

Businesses owned by women and minorities boomed before recession [Washington Post]

Daughters following in military dad’s footsteps [Madison. Com]

Seeking gender visibility equity. Women mission on stamps, statues, money etc  [Shelby Knox

Women’s strong voices in the Obama Administration – are they heard? [Huffington Post]

 Labor in danger of losing women leaders.  [Workdayminnesota]

Forbes’ best cities for working mothers [Forbes]

A bit of history-A look back at a noted BPW/TX member and feminist leader   [Blogs.Chron

First Lady praises women in military service [DOD]

Rep DeLauro supports of the Paycheck Fairness Act [The Hill]

Women’s gains in the workplace are not made at the expense of men [Modesto Bee]

 Stop praising differences between men and women [Huffington Post]

 How to rejoin workforce after long absence [Forbes]

For GOP women 2010 may not be their year [Los Angeles Times]

Whether by choice or because of recession, more Dads at home with kids [New York Daily News]


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