Supporters cheer as New York Governor Andrew Cuomo speaks to promote his paid family leave initiative at a rally in Manhattan Thursday morning on March 10, 2016 in New York City. The governor was joined by house Democratic leader Nancy Pelosi. The proposal, 'Strong Families, Strong New York', calls for 12 weeks of paid benefits to allow workers to care for new children or other family members.  Spencer Platt/Getty Images

How would you like to see paid family leave work?

Marketplace Weekend Staff Apr 25, 2016
Supporters cheer as New York Governor Andrew Cuomo speaks to promote his paid family leave initiative at a rally in Manhattan Thursday morning on March 10, 2016 in New York City. The governor was joined by house Democratic leader Nancy Pelosi. The proposal, 'Strong Families, Strong New York', calls for 12 weeks of paid benefits to allow workers to care for new children or other family members.  Spencer Platt/Getty Images

For this weekend’s show, we want to talk with you about family leave. Several states are enacting laws to provide some kind of paid family leave.

What would that mean for you and for your budget? Do you think that should even be the government’s job?

Come tell us how you’d like to see family leave work. Leave a message on our Facebook page or call us, (800) 648-5114.

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