TRENTON N.J. State Senate action has been postponed until at least May on legislation that would allow workers in New Jersey to take six weeks of paid leave to care for a new child or a sick relative. The state's business community can take advantage of the Senate's two-month recess to seek changes in the measure, said Deborah Dowdell, president of the New Jersey Restaurant Association.Gov. Jon Corzine has said he would sign the bill, which would permit workers to take the leave at ...
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