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Cancer survivor’s story highlights need for policy changes

Don’t miss today’s Progressive Voices column by the Justice Center’s Sabine Schoenbach. In it, she highlights the story of a Raleigh woman and cancer survivor who lost her teaching assistant job because she narrowly missed the stingy threshold for eligibility for the federal Family Medical Leave Act.

WRAL TV did a story about the woman – Donna Sotomayor – that you can watch below.

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