The City of Denver will spend nearly $130,000 to study ways to improve its paid family and medical leave policies for city employees.

The money will come from a grant, announced Tuesday, by the U.S. Department of Labor’s Women’s Bureau. The $126,091 awarded to Denver is part of $1.1 million the department awarded to state and local governments across the country to study family-leave models. Read the article in The Denver Post.

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