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OP-ED: Dallas Morning News: Dallas City Council has no business requiring small companies to offer paid sick leave

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OP-ED: Dallas Morning News: Dallas City Council has no business requiring small companies to offer paid sick leave By Annie Spilman […] Organized labor, reeling from a devastating U.S. Supreme Court decision declaring they can’t force non-members to pay union dues, is pushing the city of Dallas to pass an ordinance forcing companies to give…

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PRESS RELEASE: New Coalition Launches to Fight Burdensome Business Regulations in Texas

150 150 ASSET – Alliance for Securing and Strengthening the Economy in Texas

PRESS RELEASE: New Coalition Launches to Fight Burdensome Business Regulations in Texas Group advocates for policies that prevent California-style local ordinances from governing private employment practices AUSTIN, Texas, Oct. 22, 2018 – On behalf of businesses big and small, and representing millions of Texas workers, the Alliance for Securing and Strengthening the Economy in Texas,…

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NFIB’S ANNIE SPILMAN TALKS: PAID SICK LEAVE, TEXAS’ ECONOMIC OUTLOOK, AND MORE…

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“If a small businessman has to cut back his employees work schedule because of ‘Sick Paid Time’ just to keep the doors open, that’s a morale killer.” Texas Insider Report: AUSTIN, Texas — “Since the president passed the Tax Cuts & Jobs Relief Act, which helped businesses all across the board, there’s been an increase ever since…

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TEXAS MONITOR- National advocacy groups are backing the sick-leave effort in Texas

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October 11, 2018 National advocacy groups based mostly in Washington, D.C., and Brooklyn, N.Y., were responsible for $1.8 million of the $2.5 million contributed and loaned to the political action committee leading the effort to mandate paid sick leave for workers in Texas. Reports to the Texas Ethics Commission reviewed by The Texas Monitor show Working Texans…

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