Elected last November, the 116th Congress will have a record number of women members – many of them mothers. In new research, Lisa A. Bryant and Julia Marin Hellwege examine the relationship between being a mother and introducing legislation on child and family issues in Congress. They find that mothers write on average, five more bills over their time […]
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