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Subject: Why Connecticut's Paid Sick Leave Law Didn't Kill Jobs
Date: Fri Apr 11 12:47:31 MDT 2014

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April 11, 2014

Why Connecticut's Paid Sick Leave Law Didn't Kill Jobs

Businesses reported little increase in costs since the state became the first to require companies to compensate workers for sick days.


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