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Why my small business supports paid family leave

The people of the District need access to paid family and medical leave, and even big business leaders know it. Recently, a consortium of business organizations, lobbyists and trade associations put forward a new proposal that they think is better than the Universal Paid Leave bill the D.C. Council is considering. Under the Universal Paid Leave program, everyone […]
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