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Obama gives 600,000 workers paid sick leave ... but Trump could take it away

President Obama signed an executive order last September giving paid sick leave to workers on federal contracts. Now, that’s taking the next step toward becoming a reality as the Department of Labor has finalized the rule governing the policy, which will cover new contracts starting January 1, 2017. Obama told Slate that: Coming to work sick is bad for employees, co-workers, and customers alike.
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