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Competing Family Leave Plans Emerge in Washington, D.C.

The D.C. Chamber of Commerce and the Consortium of Universities have pitched an eight-week paid family leave policy for the District. The groups' proposal comes as the 13-member D.C. council considers the Universal Paid Family Leave Act of 2015. The post Competing Family Leave Plans Emerge in Washington, D.C. appeared first on Rewire.
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