San Francisco Board of Supervisors has reluctantly agreed that the city's sheriff be allowed to answer the telephone when federal immigration authorities call looking for a locked-up immigrant.
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The San Francisco Board of Supervisors voted unanimously in favor of the measure after supporters said six weeks of fully paid leave is needed because too many families can't afford to take time off after a child is born or adopted.
San Francisco approves fully paid leave for new parents →
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