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State-by-state 2013 short-term child-care leave laws

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Here's a chart summarizing states' paid and unpaid short-term leave laws. In most cases, leave is unpaid, but employees may substitute paid leave. States that don't have laws aren't listed.

CALIFORNIA

Coverage: All employers
Leave/Maximum Time Available: Unpaid, as needed for school conference for suspended child; accrued leave for sick child

Coverage:
Employees who have worked for at least 12 months and who have worked 1,250 hours
Leave/Maximum Time Available: Unpaid; up to 40 hours per child a year (8 hours a month) for school activities

Coverage: Employers of 50 employees or more within 75 miles of work site; employee works 1 year and 1,250 hours
Leave/Maximum Time Available: Unpaid; up to 12 weeks in 12 months for sick child

Coverage: Employees who pay into SDI program
Leave/Maximum Time Available: Paid state benefit; up to 6 weeks to care for seriously ill child

COLORADO

Coverage: All employers; employee works 1 year
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