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    Erin Landriz

    Why was this bill drafted? Why should we care that it passed? The people of California don't care that we are able to take four unpaid days off to mourn the loss of a loved one. The people of California can't afford to take four days off unpaid, for any reason at all! This bill doesn't help us. This was a waste of time and resources.

    Spencer Hale

    True, with the current state of the economy and number of people filing for bankruptcy, I'd say its safe to assume that if someone has a job, they will be working as much as possible.

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