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Legislator advocates for paid military leave for public safety employees
JACKIE NASH, Daily Reporter Staff Writer
Legislation was introduced last week in the Ohio General Assembly to ensure adequate paid time off for state public safety employees. House Bill 433 would provide publicly employed fire fighters and emergency medical technicians with a minimum paid military leave of 17 24-hour days (408 hours).
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Date Published: February 12, 2010