Welcome to North Carolina MomsRising! We are more than 42,000 members strong in North Carolina, with members from all 100 counties. Together we work on a broad range of issues including paid family leave and paid sick days; access to high quality, affordable early learning; protecting children and families in the state budget; access to health care and oral health equity; standing with immigrant families; gun violence prevention; protecting children from exposure to toxic chemicals; maternal justice; pregnancy accommodations; hunger and food insecurity; engaging families in the voting process; holding legislators accountable for advancing policies that support NC parents and families; and more.
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We're making a difference for women, moms, and families in North Carolina, and we want you to be a part of it!
We need your help! A NC bill has been introduced that would guarantee employees the right to use their sick days (whether paid or job-protected, unpaid) to care for a sick loved one, seek preventative care, or deal with the physical, mental, or legal impacts of domestic violence, sexual assault, or stalking. The KinCare and Safe Days Act (H875) would be game-changing for so many families, but in order for it to keep moving forward it has to pass out of the NC House this week. Can you send a quick email to your representative right now letting them know it’s critical that they pass Kincare and Safe Days? They need to hear from you!
Demand lawmakers protect our voting rights and oppose voter ID laws. Send your note now!
Do you or someone you love live in North Carolina and are uninsured? Please share your story!