Maryland employees could get up to three months of paid leave to support their family or take care of medical issues if Republican Gov. Larry Hogan chooses to sign the bill that won final approval in the Senate Thursday. The Time to Care Act (SB275), previously approved by the House of Delegates, is now on Hogan’s desk for his possible signature. By sending the bill to Hogan by Friday, lawmakers have time before the end of their 90-day session to override a possible veto.
Maryland paid family, medical leave bill heads to governor’s desk
April 4, 2022