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Yes 13 23.64%
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Washington DC and The Holy Land>Do you support Trump's call for federally funded paid pregnancy leave?
NinerDoug 11:47 AM 02-06-2019
Poll coming.

https://www.benefitnews.com/news/tru...n-sotu-address

"I am also proud to be the first president to include in my budget a plan for nationwide paid family leave so that every new parent has the chance to bond with their newborn child, Trump said.
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RodeoPants2 02:33 PM 02-06-2019
Yes
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Prison Bitch 02:38 PM 02-06-2019
Originally Posted by ChiefsCountry:
Sounds good in theory, shitty in actual practice.
Kinda like blowing $5.9T on two sand wars?
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Katipan 02:39 PM 02-06-2019
Only if I can retroactively get some years back.
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MephistophelesJanx 02:39 PM 02-06-2019
Originally Posted by MagicHef:
"I sure would like a vacation. I know, I'll have a kid."
"I sure would like a vacation... I know, let me shit out an 18 year commitment."

:-)
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RodeoPants2 04:56 PM 02-06-2019
Originally Posted by Katipan:
Only if I can retroactively get some years back.
why would this matter
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Beef Supreme 04:57 PM 02-06-2019
Originally Posted by RodeoPants2:
why would this matter
Because her kids are grown, and people don't like paying for other people's shit!
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Iowanian 05:18 PM 02-06-2019
I could see like 3 days to help the mother adjust....for legally married couples.

Not for these scuzzer dropping 7 kids with 4 women by the age of 23.


I just did what normal, hard working, productive American men do...use a couple of vacation days and went back to work.
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Katipan 05:22 PM 02-06-2019
I worked right up to my last C Section and then went back to work 4 days after said C Section.

Zero opiates.

This is unneccessary in a society where I'm still feeding homeless vets.
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kjwood75nro 06:21 PM 02-06-2019
Will employers be allowed to discriminate in their hiring/promotion practices on the basis of pregnancy or potential pregnancy?
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vailpass 06:25 PM 02-06-2019
There are so many undefined parameters it is impossible to effectively evaluate this question.
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cosmo20002 06:27 PM 02-06-2019
Originally Posted by kjwood75nro:
Will employers be allowed to discriminate in their hiring/promotion practices on the basis of pregnancy or potential pregnancy?
Well, they aren't allowed to now if that helps.
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vailpass 06:30 PM 02-06-2019
Originally Posted by cosmo20002:
Well, they aren't allowed to now if that helps.
That's cute.
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cosmo20002 06:32 PM 02-06-2019
Originally Posted by vailpass:
That's cute.
I'm not sure why that's cute.:-)
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kjwood75nro 06:39 PM 02-06-2019
Originally Posted by cosmo20002:
Well, they aren't allowed to now if that helps.
Not really. What else you got?
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cosmo20002 06:45 PM 02-06-2019
Originally Posted by kjwood75nro:
Not really. What else you got?
Well, if you're not allowed to discriminate now based on pregnancy/potential pregnancy, do you really think the ability to discriminate on that basis is something that is likely to be acceptable in the future?
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