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Milwaukee passes Paid Sick Days


By an overwhelming majority, on November 4th, 2008 Milwaukee became the 3rd locality in the country to pass a paid sick days measure.

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Valuing Families at Work


National groups are calling on the new administration to pass the federal paid sick days bill as part of a Valuing Families at Work Agenda.

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Healthy Workplaces, Healthy Families for California

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Every day, millions of California workers are forced to choose between a paycheck and caring for their own health or for a sick family member.  Nearly 6 million people - over 40% of California workers - do not have the right to earn paid sick days.

In 2006, San Francisco became the first city in the country to provide a minimum number of paid sick days for all workers. Washington DC and Milwaukee passed paid sick days in 2008.  The movement for paid sick days is growing and we can make California the first state in the nation to guarantee this right for workers and their families.

73%of California voters support a law to guarantee workers a minimum number of paid sick days. Join California voters in supporting this commonsense policy that promotes healthy workplaces, supports working families and protects public health.

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Campaign Update

In 2008 California’s paid sick days bill, Healthy Families Healthy Workplaces Act (AB 2716), passed the California Assembly and was considered but not passed by the California Senate.

Assemblywoman Fiona Ma will reintroduce the paid sick days bill in early 2009. Check back for more updates!