Republican Gov. Larry Hogan said companies with at least 50 employees would be required to offer full-time workers five sick days per year. He said he will introduce his legislation when the Democrat-controlled legislature reconvenes next month. The plan would allow smaller businesses to get up to $20,000 a year in tax deductions for offering paid sick time. That proposal would cost the state roughly $63 million a year, Hogan aides said.
Source: Baltimore Sun
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