Sponsor of Md.’s new paid sick leave law wants delay in implementation

ANNAPOLIS  — The Senate sponsor of a new law mandating paid sick leave called for a 90-day delay in its implementation after he and 29 other Democrats Friday successfully voted to override Republican Gov. Larry Hogan's veto. Sen. Thomas M. "Mac" Middleton, D-Charles and chairman of the Senate Finance Committee, said he plans to introduce legislation as ...

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