As San Francisco restaurateurs come to grips with the city’s controversial, new paid-sick-leave law, many of their counterparts across the nation are bracing themselves for what could be an increasing push by lawmakers to advance similar measures at the state and federal levels.Although San Francisco so far remains alone in requiring employers to provide paid sick leave or family leave for full- and part-time employees, 11 states and the District of Columbia are considering or have ...
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