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Paid family and medical leave in Maryland: Don’t lose momentum now, legislators

March 23, 2022

A slew of bills on significant issues — with significant details still to be worked out — survived the first 69 days and counting of analysis in the Maryland General Assembly, including the flurry of activity that accompanied “Crossover Day” on Monday, passing through one legislative chamber to the next for consideration. Among the topics with differing visions from legislators: abortion rights, climate change mitigation and how to divvy up $350 million worth of planned tax relief.

Article Source: Baltimore Sun

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