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States With Paid Family Medical Leave

Explore PFML Nationwide

Select a state on the map to learn more about its status, or view as a list. For the latest news on paid leave laws, go to legislative activity.

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Recent Legislative Activity

March 23, 2023 Oregon

Oregon Paid Family Medical Leave (OR PFML) benefits are currently scheduled to be effective beginning September 3, 2023. This is eight months later than originally planned because in 2021 the governor’s office and state lawmakers pushed the launch from January to September, 2023, due to pandemic related delays in building out the program.

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February 12, 2023 Connecticut

The Connecticut Paid Leave Authority (CTPL) reminded Connecticut employers that the law requires all covered employers with one or more employees in Connecticut to collect and remit 0.5% in employee contributions through payroll deductions. Contributions payments are due quarterly and there is a 30-day grace period following the end of each quarter. Employers who have missed or made incomplete contribution payments have until April 30, 2023, to become current to avoid penalties or interest. Unpaid contributions will accrue penalties and interest beginning on May 1, 2023.

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