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Obama renews push for paid leave for working parents

President Barack Obama on Thursday renewed his push for paid leave for parents and other workers, saying he's astonished that so many people don't get paid sick leave.

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NJ paid sick leave bill still a work in progress

Six New Jersey municipalities have earned paid sick leave statutes in place and two more are scheduled to vote on the issue in November. Meanwhile in Trenton, legislators and business leaders continue to battle over a bill to create a statewide paid sick leave law.

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Poll: Paid sick time gains support statewide.

Last week it was reported that Trenton voters will decide in November whether employers should offer paid sick leave for employees who either fall ill or need to take care of a loved one.

This follows the effort that cities like Newark, Jersey City and Passaic have all made in enacting similar ordinances – with Irvington and Montclair putting the question to the voters in November - and Paterson enacting a similar ordinance tonight

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NJ Assembly Speaker backs paid sick leave law

A key New Jersey lawmaker said Wednesday that a statewide paid sick leave requirement for employers is a priority for later this year, setting up a likely battle between private-sector business and labor groups.

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Push is on for paid sick days in NJ cities

A group is pushing to require businesses in six New Jersey cities to offer workers paid sick leave.

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NJ Bill Would Mandate Paid Sick Days [AUDIO/POLL]

Two New Jersey lawmakers are moving ahead with a plan to require all Garden State companies to offer workers at least five days of paid sick leave.

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Should NJ Companies Have to Offer Paid Sick Leave? [AUDIO]

Legislation introduced in Trenton would require all New Jersey-based companies, large and small, to offer at least five paid sick days to their workers every year.

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Paid Sick Days Get Wide Support: Poll

More than 80 percent of New Jersey residents support paid sick days for workers, according to a poll from the Center for Women and Work (CWW) at Rutgers.

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Jersey City Approves Paid Sick Leave

The state's second-largest city has passed legislation requiring businesses to offer employees paid sick leave.

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The Push is on for Earned Sick Days in NJ [AUDIO]

Over 1.2 million New Jersey workers, 38 percent of the state's private-sector workforce, don't get paid sick days.

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