Colorado Voters Could Be First To Pass Paid Family Leave by Ballot Measure

Posted on AllSides October 26th, 2020
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FOR SIX YEARS, the Colorado legislature has tried — and failed — to pass paid family leave. On November 3, Colorado residents themselves will get the opportunity to vote directly for the creation of a leave program, thanks to the ballot measure Proposition 118.

If it passes, the ballot measure will create a social insurance program that will provide all state residents 12 weeks of paid leave to care for a new baby, recover from a serious illness or injury, care for a family member with a serious health condition,...

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