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  • Congress Approves 12 Weeks Of Paid Parental Leave For Feds - December 11, 2019
  • By Jessie Bur, FederalTimes

    The defense appropriations agreement reached by House and Senate appropriators will officially provide federal employees with 12 weeks of paid leave to care for a new child, whether through birth, adoption or foster care.

    Though original family leave efforts aimed to provide for 12 weeks for new parents and for feds to care for a sick relative, the agreement included in the National Defense Authorization Act report released Dec. 9 would only cover cases of a new child in the family.

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