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The Attorney General has filed draft regulations, 940 CMR 33, to implement the Earned Sick Time Law, MGL c.149, s.148C,  which becomes effective on July 1. The public may comment through a variety of mechanisms. According to the press release,

“Questions and requests for information can also be submitted at earnedsicktime@state.ma.us…. Members of the public can submit comments to the Attorney General’s office until June 10 by emailing AGOregulations@state.ma.us… Comments can also be submitted in person at one of …. six public hearings and three listening sessions.”

For information on the hearings and listening sessions, see the Attorney General’s Earned Sick Time page. Listening sessions and public hearings are scheduled from May 11 through June 5 across the state.

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