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Missouri Voters Kill Right-to-Work Law Signed into Law By Former Governor Greitens

On August 7, 2018, Missouri voters officially decided that Missouri will not join the majority of other states around the country to become a “right-to-work” (RTW) state. The controversial RTW issue, which Lewis Rice previously reported on here and here, emerged from a prolonged legislative process, only to be later overturned through Missouri’s rarely-invoked referendum process.

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Maryland Is Nation’s Ninth State to Impose Mandatory Sick Leave

In a hotly contested political debate, including a veto by Maryland Governor Larry Hogan and its override by the Senate, Maryland has become the ninth state to require private employers to provide sick leave. Under the Healthy Working Families Act (HWFA), Maryland employers are required to provide “sick and safe leave” to employees. The new law took effect on February 11, 2018. Accordingly, employers with Maryland employees should take immediate action to comply.

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