The Family Leave Bill Could Stick This TimeSusan B. Garland
For six years, the Family & Medical Leave Act has starred in a Capitol Hill drama called The Bill That Wouldn't Die. The legislation has suffered many last-minute defeats only to come back stronger than ever in the next session. This year, the measure may finally make it, even though President Bush is threatening a veto.
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