Legislators’ paid family leave plan draws mixed reception
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A reworked paid family and medical leave plan offered by New Hampshire Democrats received a mixture of support and opposition at a state Senate committee hearing Tuesday.
The plan is a bit different from one passed in the House last year. It offers up to 12 weeks of paid leave for state and non-government employees for the birth, adoption or fostering of a child, a serious illness not related to employment or the serious illness of a spouse or certain other relatives.