Lawmakers in Maine closed out the 2019 legislative session with a flurry of activity. Legislators passed more than 500 bills this year, including 50 on the final day, with many targeting the state’s employment laws.
Maine is one step closer to requiring that private employers with 10 or more employees provide “earned paid leave” that employees can take for any reason.
Governor Janet Mills of Maine signed a pay equality bill into law on April 12, 2019, that bans employers from asking job applicants about their salary histories and broadens existing wage transparency requirements.
Super Bowl Sunday might feel familiar this year with New England making its third consecutive appearance. However, this year’s big game is anything but ordinary as it is the first Super Bowl where sports betting is legal in the United States outside of Nevada.
The dog days of summer are winding down, which means football season is right around the corner. But this football season is different. For the first time in more than two decades, Nevada no longer has a monopoly on legal sports betting.