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|Maryland Passes Paid Public Health Emergency Leave Mandate; Practical Effect Remains Unclear|
Seyfarth Shaw LLP
June 9, 2021
"The [public health emergency leave] mandate applies prospectively only, and is in addition to other paid leave benefits required under Maryland law. Although technically in effect, employers are not required to provide leave until the date on which state or federal funding is made available to them for this purpose."
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