SACRAMENTO CALIF. —A proposed paid-leave mandate and a pair of nutrition disclosure bills have advanced in the California Legislature by gaining approval in the state Assembly and Senate. Assembly Bill 2716, approved by a 45-33 margin May 28 but without a single Republican vote in favor, would require employers to pay full- and part-time workers during leaves of up to nine days per year that they could take after 90 days’ employment to deal with personal or family ...
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