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Ship That Breast Milk For You? Companies Add Parent-Friendly Perks

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Robin Bunevich and Alex Rivas in the Astoria, Queens, apartment they own. The unmarried couple set an agreement for how to handle the sale of their apartment if they break up. Courtesy of Robin Bunevich and Alex Rivas hide caption

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Several states are considering measures restricting how welfare benefits can be used. In Kansas, a bill on the governor's desk will bar recipients from spending their benefits on movies, swimming or casinos, or from withdrawing more than $25 per day from ATMs. Brownie Harris/Corbis hide caption

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On Welfare? Don't Use The Money For Movies, Say Kansas Lawmakers

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Without Help, Navigating Benefits Can Be Overwhelming For Veterans

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Problems With Your Boss? Try A Chat With The Office Chaplain.

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Silicon Valley Companies Add New Benefit For Women: Egg-Freezing

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