The U.S. remains the only industrialized nation not to guarantee paid parental leave, but polls have found the majority of Americans support paid family leave. Business interests argue paid family leave is a limiting, one-size-fits-all solution. It's better to let the business and the employee decide what works best for them. But others think it's wrong that the U.S. doesn't guarantee any time for new parents. What do you think?
Should the U.S. require paid family leave?
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