NEW YORK Small business owners rallied on the steps of City Hall Tuesday to voice their opposition to a measure mandating paid sick leave for employees in New York City, one of several states and municipalities across the country weighing such legislation. Employers argue that paid sick leave would increase operating expenses and further hamstring businesses already struggling in the down economy, leading to reduced economic and job growth. If the measure passes, New York would become the ...
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