This edition: Women Voters And Paid LeaveTweet
Original tape date: May 25, 2016.
First aired: May 25, 2016.
First, Slate.com columnist and The Goddess Pose author, Michelle Goldberg, and Director, Center For American Women & Politics at Rutgers University's Eagleton Institute of Politics, Debbie Walsh join Brian to discuss the election and the female vote.
Then, a new study finds that employees who don't have paid sick leave are more likely to delay seeking care. Patricia Stoddard-Dare, Professor of Social Work at Cleveland State University explains.
Michelle Goldberg Columnist, Slate.com
Patricia Ann Stoddard-Dare Associate Professor of Social Work, Cleveland State University
Deborah Walsh Director, Center for American Women & Politics