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While you were busy partying at home like it’s 1999 (cue music) or on Zoom with friends, or playing socially-distanced Cards Against Humanity, or whatever it is that HR folks do to let off a year of scalding-hot steam, the U.S. Department of Labor was staying busy at work on New Year’s Eve.
Remember yesterday, when I told you that the House had passed a bipartisan bill that would allow businesses to voluntarily provide Families First Coronavirus Response Act (FFCRA) leave in Q1 of 2021? And then the Senate approved the same measure by a 92-8 vote.
And all that was left was for President Trump to sign this monster 5,593-page bill into law.
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Consider this simple set of facts:
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