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Paid sick leave advances in Md. House of Delegates

Maryland’s House of Delegates on Wednesday gave preliminary approval to a bill that would require businesses with 15 or more workers to provide paid sick leave.

The measure, which the House passed in 2016, faces an additional vote in that chamber before being taken up in the Senate, where a similar measure failed last year. The legislation is sponsored by Del. Luke H. Clippinger (D-Baltimore) and would ensure a minimum of one hour of paid sick leave for every 30 hours of work, up to a maximum of seven full days per year.

Gov. Larry Hogan (R) has proposed a competing bill that would require employers with at least 50 workers to provide five days of paid sick leave per year, while offering a tax break for employers with fewer workers that offer the benefit.

Read the full article from The Washington Post.


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