Paid family leave idea a likely no-go in Olympia
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The bill was approved on a 70-19 vote and now heads to the Senate.
Paid family leave for state residents was approved by the Legislature in 2007, and was supposed to start paying benefits of up to $250 a week starting in October 2009. But without an agreed-upon funding source, the Legislature has postponed its implementation twice.
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