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The Family Weekly: The Inner Lives of Middle Schoolers

Plus: the legal realities of reuniting immigrant families, and the struggle to connect with stepkids
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This Week in Family

Sometimes, helping families can require teamwork between unlikely bedfellows, as two of our stories this week illustrated.

Pregnancy discrimination has been rampant in workplaces since women started entering the workforce, despite legislation drafted to crack down on it. Ashley Fetters, an staff writer, , forged

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