Rep. Jay Barnes (left) and House Speaker Todd Richardson on the floor of the Missouri House. Barnes is sponsoring legislation granting 10 days of paid family leave to state employees, an idea Richardson says will be a priority in 2017.
Rep. Jay Barnes (left) and House Speaker Todd Richardson on the floor of the Missouri House. Barnes is sponsoring legislation granting 10 days of paid family leave to state employees, an idea Richardson says will be a priority in 2017. Tim Bommel Missouri House Communications
Rep. Jay Barnes (left) and House Speaker Todd Richardson on the floor of the Missouri House. Barnes is sponsoring legislation granting 10 days of paid family leave to state employees, an idea Richardson says will be a priority in 2017. Tim Bommel Missouri House Communications

Paid time off for childbirth proposed for Missouri state workers

January 01, 2017 12:22 PM

UPDATED January 01, 2017 12:35 PM

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