News Round-up for Report on How Budget Cuts Affect Women and Families

The report, Falling Behind: The Impact of the Great Recession and the Budget Crisis on California’s Women and Their Families, which we released with the California Budget Project has been covered in a variety of media throughout the state. Here’s a select round-up of media. In the coming weeks, we’ll be sharing the findings in various venues throughout the state. You can read our two-page executive summary that highlights key findings here.

2/1/2012, KPBS Radio- San Diego , “California Women Pummeled By Economy And State Budget Cuts” by Erik Anderson

2/1/2012, Los Angeles Times, “Report: California women struggle with job market, budget cuts” by Chris Megerian

2/1/2012, Central Valley Business Times, “Great Recession, state budget crisis especially tough on women, says report”

2/1/2012, Whittier Daily News & Pasadena Star News, “Economic crisis and budget woes hit state’s women harder” by Brian Charles

2/1/2012, ABC 7 KGO-TV San Francisco, “Single moms making slower economic recovery” by Nannette Miranda

2/2/2012, Stockton Record, “Economic woes hit state’s women particularly hard” by Zachary K. Johnson

2/3/2012, New America Media, “Study: California Women ‘Falling Behind’—and Held Back by Budget Cuts” by Zaineb Mohammed

2/3/2012,, “Women, families hurt most by recession, budget cuts” by Kate Karpilow

2/6/2012, CA Work and Family Coalition Blog, “Women and Children are Casualties of the State Budget Crisis” by Beth McGovern


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