PCSW in the News: 2013

PCSW on Comcast Newsmakers (Stations throughout the Comcast network, 12/30/2013)

Shelton resident to be honored by state’s Girl Scouts (Shelton Herald, 12/4/2013)

Report: State Can Help Close Gender Pay Gap Through Education, Monitoring Contractors (Hartford Courant, 11/20/2013)

Pay Equity Report Completed (CTNewsJunkie, 11/20/2013)

State task force recommends solutions to gender wage gap (Republican American, 11/20/2013)

Women make political history across state (CT Post, 11/6/2013)

State Voters Add Five Women To Ranks Of City Mayors (Hartford Courant, 11/6/2013)

Connecticut’s Democrats, GOP claim victory on night of history and upsets (CT Mirror, 11/6/2013)

Toni Harp Elected Mayor (NH Independent, 11/5/2013)

Governor and Republican leaders call for hearings on UConn sex assault protocol (CT Mirror, 10/24/2013)

At UConn: Support, Skepticism Over Sex Assault Allegations (Hartford Courant, 10/22/2013)

Hamden Rally Notes Connecticut’s Leading Role in Worker Protection Programs (CT Magazine, 9/25/2013)

Conn. considering insurance for family & medical leave (WSHU, 9/25/2013)

Rally in Hamden calls for extended worker protections (NH Register, 9/24/2013)

Congresswoman Wants A Federal Paid Sick Leave Bill (CTNewsJunkie, 9/24/2013)

Workplace Policies Briefing on the Family & Medical Leave Act and Other Worker Programs (CTN, 9/24/2013)

Shelton resident advocates for women across the state (Shelton Herald, 9/3/2013)

A Labor Day message: Economic security is very much a women’s issue. (CT Mirror Op-ed, 8/30/2013)

Governor’s office has two men for every woman (Journal Inquirer, 8/29/2013)

Pay equity of ‘paramount importance’ (The News-Times, 8/6/2013)

Norwich seeks to help sex trafficking victim’s family (Norwich Bulletin, 7/23/2013)

Teresa Younger of Shelton named Toll Fellow (Shelton Herald, 7/19/2013)

Camp CEO Brings Leaders, Girls Together (Hartford Courant, 7/9/2013)

Suzanne Taylor: A Leader and Advocate for Women (UConn Neag School of Education, 7/2013)

Learning, reflection, and connection at All Our Kin’s Eighth Annual Family Child Care Conference (All Our Words, 6/27/2013)

Women (& Girls) Chart Their Next Steps (New Haven Independent, 6/25/2013)

NCSL: People & Politics

Decommissioned? (The Yale Herald, 4/19/2013)

Conn. observes Pay Equity Day on Tuesday (Newsday, 4/8/2013)

Rebimbas champions tougher human, sex trafficking penalties (Citizen’s News, 4/8/2013)

Connecticut’s female legislators support anti-human trafficking bill (NH Register, 4/5/2013)

Marcia Gillespie Speaks with WNPR (Where We Live, 3/20/2013)

Don’t Let Media Distract From Women’s Day Message (Valley Independent Sentinel, 3/19/2013)

MissRepresentation Coming To Polson Middle School Monday (Madison Patch, 3/16/2013)

Backlash against Fox-CT’s “Women’s Day at the Capitol” video footage continues (My Left Nutmeg, 3/15/2013)

Women’s Day file footage called ‘repugnant’ (Journal Inquirer, 3/14/2013)

Broadcaster under fire after it runs footage of passing women’s breasts to introduce a segment on Connecticut Women’s Day (The Daily Mail, 3/14/2013)

What Boobs! Conn. TV station under fire after using lingering montage of breasts to celebrate Women’s Day (NY Daily News, 3/14/2013)

Fox CT Apologizes For ‘Inappropriate’ Video (Hartford Courant 3/13/2013)

News Station Apologizes For Boob Footage (CTNewsJunkie, 3/13/2013)

All Female Legislators Co-Sponsoring  Bill on Human Trafficking (CT Capitol Watch, 3/7/2013)

Minority Commissions Cry Foul (CTNewsJunkie, 2/7/2013)

The time is now for pay equity (CT Post, 2/5/2013)

Gender pay inequity deserves another look (Hartford Business Journal, 2/4/2013)

Gender pay equity a topic this week at federal & Conn. state level (WSHU, 1/25/2013)

VIDEO: Malloy Takes Aim At Gender Wage Gap (Fox CT, 1/24/2013)

Connecticut to study statewide gender wage gap (The Day, 1/24/2013)

Malloy Calls For Study of Gender Pay Inequity (CTNewsJunkie, 1/24/2013)

Malloy seeking ways to close gender wage gap in state (Republican American, 1/24/2013)

PCSW in the News: 2012

Hospital: ERDs nixed merger (Waterbury Republican, 10/13/2012)

Planned Waterbury hospital merger facing criticism from state women’s commission – Radio (WSHU, 9/7/2012)

State agency explains objections to hospital (Waterbury Republican, 9/6/2012)

Hospital merger talks falter in Waterbury when women’s advocates object to reproductive services plan (CTMirror 9/6/2012)

Pregnancy Prevention Disagreement Threatens Waterbury Hospital Merger (Hartford Courant, 9/5/2012)

Hospital deal still has chance Texas company still working for merger (Waterbury Republican, 9/5/2012)

‘A gigantic win for the people of Connecticut’; state officials react to Supreme Court ruling (The Day, 6/29/2012)

PCSW, Planned Parenthood directors, say ACA will be AOK for women (Ken Dixon, 6/28/2012)

Conn. campaign to inform women on economic issues (The AP, 6/25/2012)

Hospital merger on hot seat (Republican-American, 6/12/2012)

Waterbury hospitals’ proposed merger spurs hopes and concerns (CT Mirror, 6/11/2012)

Merrill see slight improvement in diversity (StamfordPlus, 5/23/2012)

Women, Hispanics lag on CT’s diversity scorecard (HartfordBusiness.com, 5/22/2012)

Study: Connecticut best state in nation for women (The Darien News, 4/3/2012)

Report ranks Connecticut “best for women” (Yale Daily News, 4/3/2012)

CT Ranked No. 1 State for Women (CT News Junkie 4/3/2012)

Connecticut women are tops in the nation for quality of life (The Day, 4/3/2012)

Survey: Connecticut Best Place For Women To Live And Work (WCBS 880 4/2/2012)

New analysis shows Connecticut best state in nation for women (The Bridgeport News, 4/2/2012)

A Listing As “Best State for Women” Draws Praise From Top Officials (Hartford Courant, 4/2/2012)

Data: Conn. is best state for women to work, live (Norwich Bulletin, 4/1/2012)

Data show Connecticut is the best state for women in terms of living, working (The Republic, 4/1/2012)

Connecticut the best place for women to work, live: state data (NY Post, 4/1/2012)

Ssshhh! CT is America’s best state for women (Hartford Business Journal, 3/31/2012)

Adrienne Farrar Houel: Why the attacks on women? (CT Post, 3/13/2012)

Still struggling: Women face new challenges (Middletown Press 3/11/2012)

Where We Live: The Women’s Wealth Divide (WNPR, 3/9/2012)

Younger: Stop attack on rights of women and girls (The Bridgeport News, 3/8/2012)

Inspired Success: ‘Taking the Limits off of Women’ (WH Community Television, 3/2/2012)


Women Corseted By Media Misrepresentations (Hartford Courant, 2/19/2012)

CT Supreme Court To Hear Company Appeal Tuesday On Gay Employee Harassment (The Cool Justice Report, 1/26/2012)

Malloy’s nominees include lawyer in gay marriage case (CT Mirror, 1/19/2012)

Lawmakers Propose Bill to Ban Another Chemical In Baby Products (CT News Junkie, 1/19/2012)

Gov. Malloy Nominates 6 to the Bench (Hartford Courant, 1/19/2012)

Malloy Applauded For Diversity of Judicial Nominations (CT News Junkie, 1/19/2012)

PCSW in the News: 2011

Waterbury Republican-American Letter to the Editor

Conn. Women Earn Most in U.S. as Gender Gap Widens

Litchfield soccer team review their year of title runs at Rotary meeting

Malloy misses goal for hiring women to top posts

Fewer women hold high-level executive branch jobs with Conn. Gov. Malloy at the helm

PCSW: Malloy fails to deliver on pledge to fill half his senior jobs with women

Malloy misses goal for hiring women to top posts

Women’s Group: Malloy Falls Short on Campaign Promise

Malloy Administration Needs More Women, Group Says

Kay Wilson Interviews PCSW ED Teresa Younger

Tough on Women

Valuing the invaluable

Women bear the brunt of our slow recovery

Malloy signs lupus bill

Connecticut’s Prostitution Problem

Speed of female job losses raises CT’s eyebrows

Giving Mother’s What They Really Deserve

Joette Katz: For the Children and the Challenge

Malloy designates today Pay Equity Day in Connecticut

Connecticut Women’s Conference honors Woman of Distinction


Coginchaug seniors honored at State Capitol

Coginchaug Seniors Take Top Prizes in Essay Contest

Recession Advice from New Haven’s Two Tonis: Bug Us

Teresa Younger Interview on WPLR

New State, Fed Programs Focusing on Women, Minority Owned Businesses

Permanent Commission On Status Of Women Well Worth The Investment

PCSW in the News: 2010

Dodd still a rock star to advocates despite polls

Malloy picks Mass. health official to head state DPH

Landmark Law Changed Her Life

Senate Majority Leader Martin Looney Appoints East Haven Mayor to Permanent Commission on the Status of Women

Women’s group pushing for parity in the Malloy administration

Agency has binder of women’s resumés for governor-elect to consider

Permanent Commission on the Status of Women have some names for the new guv

Bringing Women to the Table

Women In Top Jobs: What’s The Status?

Initiative Seeks To Put More Women In Top State Government Jobs

LARRY McHUGH: The busy, sunny days of May in Middlesex

Lilly Ledbetter in New Haven to push new bill for women

Got Equality?

State Panels Prove Resilient to Budget Pruning

Women’s wage gap affects families


Paid Sick Leave Passes The Appropriations Committee

Gender & Equality – A Fair Payday: Women make only 71 cents on the dollar

Panel: Paid leave would save CT employers $73M

Two Women and Girls’ Funds Give Grant in Support of PCSW

Attention Employers: Pay Equity Invoice!

Senior Rachel Hathaway Attains Leadership and Art Recognition

DeLauro, Dodd tout benefits of health care legislation

AARP, PCSW Applaud House Health Insurance Reform Vote

So Long, Donut Hole

Diversity in Connecticut: Working Women

Prudence Crandall Lecture at Connecticut’s Old State House

Greater Hartford Women’s Conference: Courage and commitment

Today is National Women and Girls HIV/AIDS Awareness Day

Interesting statistic about women and the General Assembly

Scribner Praises Girl Scouts

Prof. Speaks on Women’s Jobs, Unemployment

Junior League of Stamford-Norwalk, Inc. members attend Women’s Day at the Capitol in Hartford

Tough Times? Stiff The Vulnerable

Rep. Sawyer congratulates Bolton High’s Caitlin O’Connor

Rep. Wood with Darien Student Essay Contest Winner

Women’s Day At The Capitol

Women’s Day At the State Capitol, Feb. 9

Work Of Women’s Commission Is Essential

Women’s Agency Blocked From Transferring Funds To Pay Workers; But Its Director Now Says Rell Officials May Relent