Testifying on Paid Sick Leave

20 Feb

The legislature this session so far isn’t exactly employer friendly or small business friendly. So when certain bills are coming up it has been more important than ever to stand up for both agriculture and small business.

So last Monday, I along with other farmers did just that and testified against the mandatory paid sick leave for all employees.

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I will write more about my testimony on Mondays blog but just wanted to show a photo for Friday of me doing a little advocating for my farm here in Oregon. It’s important to show up, it does make a difference!

3 Responses to “Testifying on Paid Sick Leave”

  1. shellyboshart February 20, 2015 at 9:36 am #

    Yes! It makes a difference!

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