I would say that this is still bad legislation for business. It's the same legislative nightmare and the same issues that we argued at 12 weeks are there for six. It's still hard to get temporary workers part time, and it's still going to create a hardship for business.
Laurie Ehlbeck, state director of the New Jersey chapter of the National Federation of Independent Business, responds to a plan crafted by Democratic legislators to scale back the number of weeks of paid leave offered by the FLI bill. From The Bergen County Record, “Business community shunning family leave deal”, by Hugh Morley.