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Indiana Bill Would Restrict Local Government Entities from Setting Laws on Leave

March 28, 2013 |  Traditional Labor


The Indiana legislature recently passed a bill limiting a local government entity’s ability to regulate private employers within its territorial boundaries. Senate Bill No. 213, set to be signed into law by Governor Mike Pence, specifically restricts a county, city, town, or township from requiring that an employer provide employees any benefit, term of employment, working condition, or an attendance or leave policy that exceeds the requirements of federal or state law.

For more information on what this bill would mean for employers, check out our latest Labor & Employment Law Alert on the subject by clicking on the link below.

Barnes & Thornburg LLP: Labor & Employment Law Alert -" Indiana Governor Expected To Sign Bill That Would Restrict Local Government Entities from Setting Laws on Leave"


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