U.S. Rep. Nancy Pelosi donned an apron Thursday to cook up some yogurt-based ranch dressing with television chef Tom Colicchio at San Francisco’s Mission High School to show support for healthy food in schools.
President Barack Obama yesterday devoted his first full speech in two months to the economy’s strength. It was just what Nancy Pelosi wanted.
Portland Business Journal: Pelosi to Portland conference: Economy depends on equal abilities to succeed
“Congress’s top-ranking female official told an Oregon conference this weekend that the country’s success depends on a equal playing field for all entrepreneurs.”
The best way to grow the American economy is to give women the tools they need to succeed, including equal pay and affordable child care, Democratic House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi told a group of Latino business people Monday.
New Orleans Advocate: Tulane University forum: Pelosi urges women to fight for equal pay, better child care
Former U.S. Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi called on New Orleanians on Sunday to fight for changes aimed at bringing women’s pay into line with men’s and addressing a host of other issues that affect women and families.
In this article, the Daily Camera documents Leader Pelosi and Congressman Jared Polis’ roundtable touting the affordable education component of House Democrats’ Middle Class Jumpstart agenda.
This piece, which appeared in the Marin Independent Journal, reports on Leader Pelosi and Rep. Huffman’s roundtable focusing on House Democrats’ plan to jumpstart the middle class with affordable education.
“As a fellow Italian American and a dark chocoholic, it was an honor to visit Buddy’s cake factory and be a guest judge on Next Great Baker,” Pelosi said in a statement. “It was a delicious experience.”
Reducing the influence of special-interest money in Washington could give elected officials a better shot at passing economic policies that would benefit women, House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi told a Baltimore audience Saturday.
In the following op-ed, which appeared in the San Francisco Chronicle, Leader Pelosi writes that hardworking Americans deserve paid family leave – a policy that would help women achieve a balance between work and family life and thus enable our society and economy to thrive.