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EASE.EU Category:Environmental impact of transport Category:Climate change policy Category:Environmental non-fiction books Category:Anthropology books Category:Biology books Category:Environmental ethics Category:Environmental social scienceAre we on the right track? May 11, 2014 By SAMANTHA H. KILMER, The New York Times THE ISSUE Both sides in the battle over gay marriage have become extreme. PROGRESS Growing numbers of lawmakers are pushing for same-sex marriage and at least 23 states have passed laws either permitting or legalizing it. PERSONAL A year ago, I could not understand why my husband and I had not yet legalized same-sex marriage. I had married him 30 years before, and it seemed like a natural thing to do. But I had not talked about marriage equality with him since our wedding day. When the Supreme Court decided to hear the case, I told him about my new intention. We looked at each other and said, “Okay. Let’s go.” WOMEN’S ROLE I have been a stay-at-home mother for years, and I miss the flexibility of being able to spend time with my child. But it has been a constant struggle for me. I was told that I could not be both the mother of my child and a stay-at-home mom. The average American will receive an average of $26.46 in unconditional cash subsidies each month for the next decade, according to a new analysis from the Economic Policy Institute. The analysis found that at the current pace, the average monthly benefit will rise to $2,032 by 2030. And that’s before factoring in projected cost-of-living increases, which are already on the rise. At the current pace, the benefit would top $4,000 a month for the average American, and that’s before factoring in projected cost-of-living increases. It’s true that rising premiums are a big problem, and that the subsidies on the exchanges are only available to those who buy their own insurance. But, the analysis also finds that the subsidies will be greater for lower-income Americans, and that the biggest beneficiaries will be white women. “Policymakers should be more focused on eliminating the financial barriers that prevent women, including

 

 

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