Changes proposed to Family Medical Leave Act
AP/Cleveland Plain Dealer, January 25, 2008
The Bush administration is proposing the first changes in more than a decade to regulations that give workers unpaid leave to deal with family or medical emergencies, a move that concerns some of the law's supporters who want to see it expanded. The Labor Department announced that it had sent the first proposed changes to regulations governing the Family and Medical Leave Act to the White House's Office of Management and Budget for approval.
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