S.F. passes law requiring 6 weeks’ paid baby-bonding leave

San Francisco became the first U.S. city to require six weeks of paid leave for new parents Tuesday, nearly doubling the amount of money new parents will bring in while caring for their newborns. […] the Board of Supervisors doubled down on its liberal credentials by enacting expansive anti-eviction protections for tenants who work in San Francisco schools, from teachers to janitors and cafeteria workers. The bills by supervisors Scott Wiener and David Campos, who are ideological opposites in the condensed world of San Francisco politics, were described as essential to helping keep working families in the city. The Board

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