Next month, employers and employees will begin paying payroll premiums into Colorado’s new Paid Family and Medical Leave (FAMLI) program.
This November, voters in Colorado will have the opportunity to vote on Proposition 118, a a state-run paid leave insurance benefit program for Colorado.
Colorado legislators have grappled with the idea of creating a state-run paid family and medical leave program designed to aid workers when a worst-case scenario becomes reality.
Join us to learn more about what Proposition 118, a paid family leave & medical leave program means for you and how it would impact the Colorado economy.
REMI Partnership study “Analysis of the Cost and Risk of Financial Insolvency for a Colorado Paid Leave Program,” analyzes the cost of Senate Bill 19-188