A couple of weeks after President Bush’s pocket veto of a defense bill that included expansion of FMLA for military leave, Congress has again passed a defense bill with the same FMLA provision.  President Bush is now expected to sign the measure because it does not contain certain language that he found objectionable (unrelated to FMLA) in the bill.

For a recap of the provisions, see my prior posts on the subject here, here and here

(H/T Alaska Employment Law)

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