WASHINGTON The District of Columbia's City Council voted unanimously to require employers to provide workers with paid sick leave, making it the second city in the country behind San Francisco to pass such a measure. However, officials of the Restaurant Association of Metropolitan Washington, working together with other D.C. business groups and the Chamber of Commerce, persuaded council members to add several amendments that they say will help to blunt the billÕs impact on ...
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