Nassau County, N.Y., District Attorney Kathleen Rice created a furor last month when she told 12 mothers who worked as part-time assistant district attorneys in a variety of her office’s bureaus that they had to either begin working full time or resign.

Ten have since begun working full time, while the other two have resigned, according to Eric Phillips, a spokesman for Rice.

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