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Earned sick and safe time ordinance advances in amended form

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March 27, 2018

The Duluth City Council considered a host of amendments Monday night before settling on a few more details of a proposed ordinance that would require local employers to provide their workers with time off to deal with illness or other family emergencies.

If the ordinance passes, employers with five or more people on their payroll would be required to provide paid time off to their workers, thanks to an amendment offered by At Large Councilor Em Westerlund, lowering a previously proposed 15-worker threshold for coverage.The Duluth City Council considered a host of amendments Monday night before settling on a few more details of a proposed ordinance that would require local employers to provide their workers with time off to deal with illness or other family emergencies.

If the ordinance passes, employers with five or more people on their payroll would be required to provide paid time off to their workers, thanks to an amendment offered by At Large Councilor Em Westerlund, lowering a previously proposed 15-worker threshold for coverage.

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