Top Trenders: President Obama Grabs Chipotle Before Working Families Summit

Top Trenders: President Obama Grabs Chipotle Before Working Families Summit

President Barack Obama grabbed a burrito bowl at Chipotle on Monday with a group of working parents.
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President Barack Obama grabbed a burrito bowl at Chipotle yesterday with a group of working parents. The White House hosted its first day-long summit on working families. According to a survey by the PEW research center, 56 percent of working mothers said it was very or somewhat difficult to balance the responsibilities of their jobs and their families. Obama encouraged employers to implement more family-friendly polices in the workplace.

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