MMAC adds another conference about sick leave mandate

The Metropolitan Milwaukee Association of Commerce has added a second conference to rally business opposition to and share information about a mandated sick leave ordinance in the City of Milwaukee.

The MMAC’s first conference about the mandate, to be held tomorrow, filled up quickly, so the organization has added a second conference to be held Tuesday, Dec. 2, from 4 to 5:15 p.m., at the MMAC’s offices, 756 N. Milwaukee St.

The conference only has space for about 100 people, so early registration is recommended, according to Julie Granger, vice president of communications for the MMAC.

"We will continue to offer these sessions as long as we have interested parties," Granger said.

The MMAC is rallying opposition to a mandated sick leave ordinance that was approved by voters in a Nov. 4 referendum. The MMAC board of directors last week agreed to file a lawsuit to stop the ordinance from taking effect.

For additional information about the conferences, contact the MMAC.

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