SACRAMENTO Calif. Paid leave and nutrition disclosure measures advanced in California after gaining the approval of the State Assembly on Thursday. Assembly Bill 2716 would require employers to pay the salaries of some full- and part-time employees who take leave time to deal with illnesses or certain crises. AB 2572 would oblige chain restaurants to post nutrition data in a variety of ways. Both now move to the state Senate. AB 2716 would allow workers in California to accrue one ...
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