Paid leave bill still on agenda for the governor  | Lawrenceville Daily Record
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Paid leave bill still on agenda for the governor 

Posted on July 26, 2021


This past May, Illinois House Deputy Majority Leader Jehan Gordon Booth (D-Peoria) and Gov. JB Pritzker worked out a deal with some key state business groups to mandate seven days of paid leave per year for every employee in Illinois. Workers wouldn’t have to give any reasons for the guaranteed paid leave.

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