300,000 More People Just Got Paid Sick Days

July 29, 2014

Yesterday, the United States became a little bit better place to be a sick worker, as two more cities joined the growing wave of localities that have passed paid sick days laws. The city councils in San Diego and Eugene, Ore., each voted to require employers to make sure that workers don't have to choose between working sick and losing pay. Nine cities and the state of Connecticut now have paid sick leave laws.

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