Minneapolis City Council Picks 15 to Study Sick-leave Ordinance

From Minneapolis Star Tribune, November 19, 2015

Fifteen business owners, workers, and business and labor organization leaders have been tentatively approved as members of a group that will propose a citywide sick-leave ordinance in Minneapolis.

The nominees for the Workplace Regulations Partnership were selected by Mayor Betsy Hodges and members of the City Council from a field of 80 applicants. If their nominations are formally approved in a council meeting on Friday, they’ll begin working on a recommendation that will be submitted to the city by late February. The group’s meetings will be public.

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