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Emergency Meal Programs: The State Department of Education is authorizing two distinct categories of COVID-19 Emergency Meal Programs in accordance with federal requirements: 1) COVID-19 Emergency Meal Program Limited to Students Attending School in Specific Districts. School districts on this list are only authorized to serve meals to students attending their schools, and any other child age 18 years or younger residing in the same household; 2) COVID-19 Community-wide Emergency Meal Program for Children. Any child age 18 years or younger can receive meal(s) at any meal service and distribution sites in these towns/cities. They do not have to be a resident or attend school in these towns/cities. Check these links often as more locations continue to be added.

Protective Legislation for Women

Related Resources

  • Bazelon, Emily.  “Do Women Need Legislative ‘Protection’? New York Times, 2/17/2016
  • “Consumers’ League and Recent Enactments: Organization Tells What the Legislature of 1913 Accomplished,” Hartford Courant, September 17, 1913, p. 5.
  • "Do We Discard Protective Legislation for Women?": Two Labor Union Officials Voice Opposition to the ERA." HISTORY MATTERS - The U.S. Survey Course on the Web. Accessed May 25, 2017. This article takes the issue of Protective Legislation to 1970.  Here are the words of two women union activists who support protective legislation for women and oppose the Equal Rights Amendment.
  • Wilson, Tracey M. "Women in the Workplace: From Steno Pool to Factory Floor." Connecticut Explored. Winter 2013/14. Web. 30 May 2017.