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|Massachusetts Family Leave Plan Worries Businesses|
May 2, 2006
Excerpt: After months of discussion about reforming the state's health care system, Massachusetts' business and political communities will soon be grappling with another potentially monumental benefits bill. Senate President Robert E. Travaglini this week outlined a plan that would provide employees with as much as 12 weeks of paid family leave, in exchange for a portion of their weekly wages to pay for the insurance program.
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