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Will The Nation’s Capital Become a National Leader on Paid Leave?

(Photo: Flickr/bootbearwdc Washington, D.C. City Council chambers T he clock is ticking, and pressure is mounting for the D.C. City Council to vote on the Universal Paid Leave Act of 2015—a bill, that, if approved, would become the most progressive paid leave law in the country. Originally introduced last October, the measure has to be voted on by the end of 2016 lest it die in committee.
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