What one employment-law question would you ask Mitt Romney?

September 25, 2012
By Eric B. Meyer on September 25, 2012 7:00 AM | | Comments

mitt romney.jpgWe're just a few months away from the Presidential election. That means that the debates are right around the corner.

Yesterday, started a week-long series of hypothetical debate question for the 2012 candidates for President and Vice President. Click here to see the softball that I tossed President Obama. 

Let's see if I can raise my game for Mitt Romney:

As you know, the Family Medical and Leave Act provides job-security protections for qualifying employees with serious health conditions, loved ones with serious health conditions, or who need time off to care for a newborn. Presently pending in Congress are bills to expand the scope of the FMLA. For example, the Domestic Violence Leave Act would provide leave for workers to address domestic violence, sexual assault, or stalking and their effects. The Family and Medical Leave Inclusion Act would amend the FMLA to permit leave to care for a same-sex spouse, domestic partner, parent-in-law, adult child, sibling, grandchild, or grandparent who has a serious health condition. 
These efforts would broaden the law. But what if you had the power to repeal the FMLA altogether. Would you do it? And why?

To see what my fellow bloggers would ask Mr. Romney, check out:

What would you ask Mitt Romney at the '12 debates? Let me know in the comments below. And be sure to come back tomorrow for a question to Joe Biden.