State of Montana Archives: on Families & Children
Unemployment benefits to victims of domestic violence
Last year, Bullock sent three proposals to the state legislature to help address wage inequities, but only one of those bills made into law. That law extended unemployment insurance benefits to victims of domestic violence.
The legislature, however, voted down legislation that would have allowed workers to discuss salaries without repercussions from their employer.
Bullock wants employers to take a hard look at what they pay employees, and to make sure that women are being paid the same as men for comparable
work. "When working women prosper, overall, families prosper," the governor said..
Source: The Missoulian on 2016 Montana Gubernatorial race
Mar 11, 2016
Prepare kids for tomorrow with family values of grandparents
Promoting Conservative Family Values: My grandmother worked her way through college and became a school teacher at a one room school near Richey, MT. My grandfather helped construct the Fort Peck dam. Their example taught me the value of hard work and
gave me the family values I now have. I believe that parents deserve to make the best decisions for their children. I believe we must prepare our children for tomorrow with the family values of my grandparents.
Source: 2014 Montana House campaign website, RyanZinke.com
Nov 4, 2014
Family is one pillar of society
We need to re-establish the pillars that support a great society. I happen to believe "family" is one of those pillars.
That means encouraging what has been shown to produce a high proportion of productive citizens; intact two-parent (protector or guardian) families.
Source: 2012 Montana House campaign website, srankin.qwestoffice.net
Oct 14, 2011
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