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The Family Weekly: Are Parents Responsible for Their Children’s Choices?

Plus: motherhood in the midterm elections, and repairing a mother-son bond
Source: Dinuka Liyanawatte / Reuters

This Week in Family

A historic number of women are running for office in this fall’s midterm elections, and the moms among them are as a strength, reports Annika Neklason, an assistant editor at Women in politics have long struggled against

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