The Democrats have long push for a paid family leave model, but now a conservative group is getting on board with its own plan. (Photo: iStock)

Before they were obscured by Donald Trump’s populist takeover of the Republican Party, a number of conservative leaders were urging the GOP to tailor more of their policies specifically towards poor and middle-class Americans.  

“ReformiCons” recognized that the party was having a hard time connecting with working class Americans if it stuck to its mantra that across-the-board tax cuts were the best way to alleviate economic hardship. Many working stiffs were clearly not seeing the benefit, contended the ReformiCons. 

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