WASHINGTON District of Columbia lawmakers are reportedly scheduled to vote on a measure next Tuesday that would require local restaurateurs and other employers to provide paid sick leave to employees. Under the current version of the proposal, employers’ obligations would depend on the size of their payrolls. Establishments that employ at least 51 people would be required to provide up to seven days of paid sick leave annually, while places with no more than 10 workers would have to ...

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