MD Paid Sick Leave Bill Vote Delayed


The paid sick leave bill that passed in the Maryland House has been delayed in the Senate. The bill proposed, in part, by Governor Larry Hogan, would allow workers at companies with 15 or more employees to earn paid sick leave. The Senate was supposed to vote on the bill yesterday, but may now vote on it today. The two sides have until April 10, when the session ends, to work out the differences.