DENVER -- Fewer than half of Coloradans have access to paid family leave, and the majority only for maternity or paternity leave. Colorado lawmakers will look at creating a mandated family leave program this session, supported in part by a new study from the University of Denver that looks at the costs and benefits to workers and employers.
Lawmakers to consider paid family leave bill based on University of Denver study
Posted: 5:30 PM, Mar 10, 2019
Updated: 2019-03-11 00:43:50Z
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