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So the leaves would run concurrently for eight weeks, which is the limit under the state paid leave statute this year, followed by an additional four weeks of unpaid leave under the FMLA for a total of 12 weeks, not 20. The FMLA allows eligible employees to take up to 12 weeks of unpaid leave a year. The same would hold true for caring for an ailing spouse; the combined leaves would max out at 12 weeks a year. It’s important to note that the state PFL, unlike the FMLA, doesn’t cover an employee’s own illness. Both allow time off to care for a newborn or ailing

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