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may only be a matter of time before we see such a proposal.


Maine’s May 2019 and Nevada’s


June 2019 passage of legislation that provides employees 40 hours of paid leave for any reason represented another significant expansion to the paid leave concept. There seems little question that more states will move toward mandatory paid family and medical leave, with a handful already moving beyond.


About the Author Richard D. Alaniz is a partner at Alaniz Law & Associates, PLLC, a labor and employment firm based in Houston. He has been at the forefront of labor and employment law for over forty years, including stints with the U.S. Department of Labor and the National Labor Relations Board. Rick is a prolific writer on labor and employment law and conducts frequent seminars to client companies and trade associations across the country. Questions about this article, or requests to subscribe to receive Rick’s monthly articles, can be addressed to Rick at (281) 833-2200 or ralaniz@alaniz-law.com.


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