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The Miami-Dade Board of County Commissioners rejected a measure that would have required restaurateurs and other businesses in the county to offer paid sick leave to their employees. The measure, which was opposed by the South Florida Partnership, a coalition of businesses and associations that includes the Florida Restaurant and Lodging Association, was voted down by a margin of 8 to 4. Sponsored by Commissioner Barbara Jordan, the “Paid Sick Leave” proposal would have ...
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