Former U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Clinton told a conference of women commercial real estate agents in Miami Beach that the U.S. needs better workplace laws to protect the ability of women to work and raise a family.
The United States makes it difficult for women who want to work and raise families, former U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Clinton told a women's commercial real estate association conference in Miami Beach.
Clinton says she’s been all over the world to talk about equity issues for working women working with her Clinton Global Initative, founded by her husband -- and former U.S. president -- Bill.
Clinton says the U.S. still has a long way to go to make sure women are paid and treated the same on the job as men.
Former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton paid University of Miami students a visit on Wednesday evening. She is a long-time friend of UM president Donna Shalala, and came to talk to her students about being an active generation.
Clinton said she wants the students to be a true "participation generation" and continue volunteering for worthy causes.
She says "it is the work of this century to complete the unfinished business" of her generation, regarding human rights and equality.