Reports: FMLA Regulatory Changes To Be Announced Later Today regarding Military Family Leave?


Various news outlets and web sites, including the Washington Post, Fox News and, have reported that the Department of Labor will propose various changes today to Family and Medical Leave Act regulations regarding military family leave. Fox reports that Secretary Hilda Solis will make the announcement with First lady Michelle Obama.

According to the web reports, the new rules will allow leave for family members when a servicemember is called to duty on short notice and "will help military families who require time off to care for service members who are injured or called to active duty."

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