Capital Beat: New Hampshire, Vermont on verge of paid family leave stalemate
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Somewhere on Senate President Donna Soucy’s proverbial desk is a legislative proposal that Democrats have championed for years.
It arrived sometime late last week. It’s already been voted on by the House and Senate. It’s been signed off by all other necessary parties. It’s unknown when it will head on to Gov. Chris Sununu’s desk. But when Senate Bill 1, Democrats’ paid family and medical leave plan, does make its final journey, its fate has already been sealed. A guaranteed veto from New Hampshire’s Republican governor awaits.