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Join Me live on "Good Morning America" in Washington, DC

September 26, 2007 7:17 AM

This week I am on the road again with Good Morning America's "Take Control of Your Life Tour.” We have toured several cities throughout this past year, helping working women improve their lives - advising them how to ask for more flextime, encouraging workplaces to provide childcare and giving women the tools to fight for equal pay. This Friday, September 28 I will be making the last stop on the tour.

This time, I will be in our nation's capital examining how the Family and Medical Leave Act impacts working women and I want the Women of DC to join me live Friday morning! Not only will you be part of our live broadcast on GMA, but we're hoping this will be a good networking experience for everyone involved, to meet and speak with other women working towards more protection under FMLA.

If you are able to attend:

You must RSVP in order to be admitted to the event. Please email Alesandra.T.LaPointe.-nd@abc.com with your name, name of anyone else attending with you and a contact number for one person in your group.

Participants should arrive at 6am to the Russell Senate Office Building, which is just across the street from the US Capitol. The entrance is on Delaware Avenue, approximately 15 yards past the Rotunda entrance at the corner of Constitution Avenue and Delaware Avenue. We will not be able to admit people past 6:50am. Once you are in the location of the Russell Senate Caucus Room, we ask that you stay until the end of the broadcast at 9am.

Please bring as few items as possible, as you will need to go through security and we will not have a coat check. All participants will be given a blue "GMA Take Control of Your Life!" T-shirt that we'd like everyone to wear for this event. Coffee and light breakfast items will be provided.

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