This week, the White House played host to former President Bill Clinton in celebration of the 30th anniversary of the Family and Medical Leave Act. This act, passed Feb. 5, 1993, was the first piece of legislation Clinton passed as president and made it possible for workers to receive paid leave when ill or after pregnancy. Currently, workers must be employed at least one year to be eligible for paid leave.
The State of the Union Address was held Tuesday, followed by The Center For American Progress’s Leadership Summit and a panel discussion on support for Ukraine’s democracy held by the United States Institute of Peace.
Here are images from past the few days at the White House: