Bill Clinton


What major piece of employment legislation did Clinton sign early in his presidency?

Clinton signed into law the Family and Medical Leave Act of 1993, which provided that employees working for larger employers (employers who have fifty or more employees) can take a three-month period of paid or unpaid leave (at the employer’s discretion) for pregnancy or a serious medical condition.


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