UNH study shows support for paid family and medical leave
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New information released by the University of New Hampshire on Wednesday shows residents support a statewide paid family and medical leave program.
According to researchers at the Carsey School of Public Policy, 78 percent of New Hampshire residents support a program that would provide a portion of wages to workers taking leave for personal or family medical reasons. These reasons include caring for a newborn or newly adopted child or a seriously ill family member as well as tending to one’s own serious illness.