A paid family-leave law was signed into law by Gov. Jerry Brown on Monday, the Los Angeles Times reports. The measure allows people earning close to minimum wage to be paid 70 percent of their salary while on leave, while higher-paid workers earning up to $108,000 annually will get 60 percent of their salary.
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