Ohio voters will decide on sick-leave mandate in November

08/21/2008 | Plain Dealer (Cleveland), The

Ohio Gov. Ted Strickland was unable to get opposing sides of a proposed sick leave mandate to compromise, and the measure will go on ballots this fall. NFIB and other opponents of the measure -- which would make businesses with 25 or more employees give full-time employees seven paid sick days annually -- say it will hurt Ohio businesses and the state's economy.

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