Maryland Senate overrides Hogan's paid sick leave veto; changes to become law

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A controversial measure requiring Maryland employers to provide sick days for their workers will become law. State senators voted 30 to 17 on Friday to override Republican Gov. Larry Hogan's veto of the Maryland Healthy Working Families Act, which the majority-Democrat General Assembly first passed last year. The law requires businesses with 15 or more employees to offer up to five days of paid sick leave, while employers with fewer than 15 workers will need to provide five unpaid sick days.…
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