A child stands in front of the Lincoln Memorial and looks towards the direction of the Washington Monument and U.S. Capitol.

A child stands in front of the Lincoln Memorial and looks towards the direction of the Washington Monument and U.S. Capitol.

If it passes, the D.C. Council bill that would provide a mandatory 16 weeks of paid family and medical leave would extend to Congressional workers. But not all of them. The existing patchwork of leave policies on the Hill would become more complicated, at least at first. We sort through what it would mean and its potential to reverberate beyond the District as a result.

Guests

  • Rebecca Gale Editor/ Writer, Roll Call; author "Hill Navigator" blog, rollcall.com; Former Hill staffer

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