Minimum wage and paid family leave, sure – but legislative leaders also want action on climate change and making polluters pay for medical monitoring of possible victims. And they want to play nicer with each other, too.
"The end of 2019 legislative session may be serving as a cautionary tale as lawmakers assess the year ahead. Democrats adjourned abruptly last May after a tense standoff between House and Senate negotiators failed to yield a compromise on paid family leave and increasing the minimum wage." We wish we could hit the rewind and play out the last week a little bit different. There's no denying that," Ashe said recently.
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