The Wisconsin Senate passed legislation Thursday that could derail a voter-approved, but court-contested, paid sick leave law in Milwaukee. Milwaukee, San Francisco and Washington, D.C., are among the few jurisdictions in the nation with laws requiring employers to provide workers with paid sick leave, but a recent survey and report about the San Francisco measure may have operators in other markets wondering if their city might be next. Wisconsin’s Senate Bill 23 passed in the Senate ...

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