PROTECTIONS FOR PREGNANT WORKERS NOW SPELLED OUT IN STATE LAW
7/27/17 3:43 PM
Flanked by more than two dozen lawmakers, Gov. Charlie Baker on Thursday signed into law new protections for pregnant workers that would ban discrimination in the workplace and require employers to provide reasonable accommodations to workers before and after pregnancy.
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