Paid family leave: Should it be covered through unemployment insurance? | IN 60 SECONDS

POLL: Should the unemployment insurance system be used to cover paid family leave?

President Trump’s 2020 budget includes a proposal to cover paid family leave through unemployment insurance. But is this a practical course of action? AEI’s Matt Weidinger explains the many drawbacks to this plan.

FULL REPORT — Why paid leave does not belong in the unemployment insurance system

ARTICLE — Mixing unemployment with paid leave benefits makes little sense

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