Wisconsin legislators approved a statewide ban on local laws requiring employers to pay for worker sick or family leave this week, a move restaurateurs are watching as legislative issues like this gain steam nationwide. Wisconsin Senate Bill 23, which was approved by the Republican-controlled Senate on March 3, found concurrence Tuesday among the GOP members who dominate the Assembly. It is now on its way to the desk of Republican Gov. Scott Walker, who is expected to sign the bill into ...

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