JEFFERSON CITY – Women’s Foundation announced today that it will partner with Missouri Attorney General Josh Hawley on a comprehensive review of existing discrimination and harassment policies in the Capitol and across state government.
TOPEKA, Kan. - Today the Kansas Legislative Coordinating Council passed an updated sexual harassment policy that incorporates recommendations proposed by the Women’s Foundation, including providing for anonymous reporting by victims and independent investigations of sexual harassment allegations.
Kansas City, Mo. - Today the Women’s Foundation was recognized by Mayor Sly James and the City of Kansas City, Missouri City Council with a resolution honoring their efforts to enact paid family and medical leave.
Today the Women's Foundation commended Kansas Gov. Jeff Colyer for issuing an executive order to combat sexual harassment and discrimination in state government.
TOPEKA, Kan. - The Women’s Foundation today congratulated Governor Jeff Colyer on his swearing-in as Kansas’ 47th governor and commended his pledge to “insist on an environment of openness, honesty and respect and without harassment, especially in this building.”
TOPEKA Kan. - Women’s Foundation is proud to announce the appointment of Ashley Canas to the City of Topeka Human Relations Commission. Canas was appointed by the outgoing administration of Mayor Wolgast.
KANSAS CITY, MO – Women’s Foundation today applauded the Missouri House of Representatives for its initial passage of House Bill 1500, which would allow hair braiders to earn a living without obtaining a cosmetology license.
KANSAS CITY – The Women’s Foundation issued the following statement regarding allegations against Missouri Gov. Eric Greitens.
JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. – Women’s Foundation today celebrated the introduction of the Missouri Earned Family and Medical Leave Act (House Bill 1974) and released new research detailing the benefits of paid family leave (PFL).
JEFFERSON CITY, MO – Citing its research on how occupational licensing and fees can restrict economic opportunity, Women’s Foundation today testified in favor of Missouri House Bill 1500, which would allow hair braiders to earn a living without obtaining a cosmetology license.