Governor Jane Swift/Working Mom Debate

GUESTS: Mara Liasson NPR's National Political Correspondent Ellen Goodman Syndicated columnist, The Boston Globe Kathryn Lopez Associate Editor, National Review Acting Governor Jane Swift of Massachusetts is the first governor in U.S. history to give birth while in office. She doesn't plan to resume a full work schedule for eight to ten weeks. Her decision is fueling new debate about women in the workplace. Join Juan Williams and guests for a discussion about juggling work and family — should it really be a gender issue?



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