The National Center for Children in Poverty held a media teleconference on March 30, 2016, the official release date of Protecting Workers, Nurturing Families: Building an Inclusive Family Leave Insurance Program, the center’s report on its New Jersey Parenting Project. Team members described the project’s methodology, findings, and recommendations, and at the end of the call, journalists asked a range of questions. Participating in the call were Cecilia Zalkind, executive director of Advocates for Children of New Jersey, and NCCP staff members Renée Wilson-Simmons (center director), Curtis Skinner (family economic security director), and Suma Setty (project coordinator). Tiffany Thomas Smith, NCCP's communications consultant, moderated the call. Listen to the conversation here.