Paid Sick Leave Bill Set To Go In EffectA new law requiring Maryland businesses with 15 or more employees to provide up to five days of earned paid sick leave is scheduled to go into effect.
Senate Panel Votes To Delay Paid Sick Leave Bill Until JulyA Maryland Senate panel has voted to delay until July a measure requiring many businesses to provide paid sick leave.
Maryland Bill Would Delay Paid Sick Leave ImplementationMaryland senators are considering adding a 60-day extension to enforce a new paid sick leave law.
Maryland Lawmakers Override Governor's Paid Sick Leave VetoMaryland businesses with 15 or more employees will be required to provide up to five days of earned paid sick leave.
Maryland House Votes To Override Veto Of Paid Sick LeaveMaryland lawmakers are getting close to requiring paid sick leave at many businesses after the House of Delegates voted to override Gov. Larry Hogan's veto.
Supporters Of Paid Sick Leave Rally Against Governor's VetoSupporters of requiring businesses with 15 or more employees to provide five paid sick days are rallying against Gov. Larry Hogan's veto.
Gov. Larry Hogan Vetoes Paid Sick Leave BillGov. Larry Hogan says he's vetoing a bill that would require businesses with 15 or more employees to provide five days of paid sick leave.
Delegate With Leukemia: Cancer-Survivor Governor Should Sign Sick Leave BillGovernor Larry Hogan will be signing new bills into law Thursday, and supporters of paid sick leave are hoping theirs is one of them.
Md. Paid Sick Leave Bill On Its Way To Gov.'s DeskThe Maryland House of Delegates has passed a paid sick leave bill with a vote of 87 to 53.
Maryland Senate Passes Paid Sick Leave Bill To HouseThe Maryland Senate has sent its bill on requiring paid sick leave over to the House of Delegates.
Maryland Senate Delays Vote on Paid Sick Leave BillThe Maryland Senate has delayed a vote on a measure to allow workers at companies with 15 or more employees to earn paid sick leave.
Paid Sick Leave Bill Advances To Maryland SenateAdvocates for paid sick days get a shot in the arm, as a bill requiring employers to let workers earn paid sick leave advances to the full Senate.