News Roundup – CorporetteMoms

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Some of the articles of interest to working mothers that we’ve seen around the web recently…

  • The 19th reported on a new survey that found more than a third of small business owners say that the lack of child care in their communities is preventing them from operating or expanding their business.
  • The Associated Press reported that a new law in New York state will require employers to provide a half hour of paid break time to workers who need to pump — for up to three years after childbirth.
  • Meanwhile, Good Morning America shared info on a new home test that claims to analyze the nutritional value of your breast milk. (Currently, there are no independent studies to verify their accuracy.)
  • Romper spoke to Olympian and mom Elle Purrier St. Pierre, who is currently the fastest woman in the world in the 1500m and the 3000m.
  • Disability Scoop noted that there were substantial drops in the number of children with disabilities who were identified during the pandemic as needing special education services.
  • Parents looked at how much you should — or shouldn’t — help your teenager find a summer job.
  • Today’s Parent shared the best bedtime snacks for kids.
  • Your Laugh of the Week comes from McSweeney’s, with “Trolley Problem Variations for Dads.”

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