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"I, and the many other moms who've had to take time out of the workforce, need your grace and understanding."
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There's growing bipartisan support for making clock-switching a thing of the past.
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"While I had noticed my weight gain when working from home, I wasn’t aware of it on a minute-by-minute basis, and I certainly didn’t have to worry about what anyone else thought about it."