Proposed paid leave mandates a hot topic for Northland businesses – Duluth News Tribune

DULUTH — A pair of bills that would require all of Minnesota’s employers to provide up to 24 weeks of paid family and medical leave are moving quickly through the Legislature.

While similar workplace mandates proposed in 2019 failed to pass, the bills are gaining momentum with the support of Democratic–Farmer–Labor majorities in the Minnesota House of Representatives and Senate.

Among those in favor is Rep. Liz Olson, DFL-Duluth.

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