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North Carolina Public School teachers can start taking paid parental leave at the start of the school year.
Carly Haynes, WRAL reporter
Paid parental leave is expanding to every state government employee this fiscal year under the state's new law that also restricts abortion at 12 weeks of pregnancy, Senate Bill 20.
Emily Walkenhorst, WRAL education reporter
Crissy Fishbane attended Mom Congress with fellow HER Health Collective community members. They were given the opportunity to learn about the issues plaguing mothers and families across the United States, receive a crash course in the bills currently up for debate in congress, and learn how to best advocate our cause to legislators.
Crissy Fishbane, WRAL contributor
In Mississippi, which brought the abortion case that ended Roe v. Wade before the Supreme Court, Gov. Tate Reeves vowed that the state would now "take every step necessary to support mothers and children."
Emily Badger, Margot Sanger-Katz and Claire Cain Miller, New York Times
Chapel Hill-Carrboro City Schools will offer staff members four weeks of paid parental leave beginning with the 2022-2023 school year.
Brian Shrader, WRAL anchor/reporter
The White House is proposing a series of new taxes that could hit large inheritances in a significant way. But former New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie is wrong to frame these as hitting "any family" passing down a business within the family.
Louis Jacobson, PolitiFact reporter
Gov. Roy Cooper signed an executive order Thursday creating a new paid parental leave benefit for most state employees.
Mothers in cabinet-level agencies will get eight weeks paid leave. Spouses, adopters and foster parents will get four.
Travis Fain, WRAL statehouse reporter, & Laura Leslie, WRAL Capitol Bureau chief
Gov. Roy Cooper signs an executive order calling for paid parental leave for state employees in cabinet agencies.
Olympic runner Alysia Montaño had accomplished all her dreams but one: being a mom. When she finally went for it, she faced her biggest challenge yet -- her sponsors.