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Salt Lake City Democrat Rep. Angela Romero, center, prepares to testify as Melissa Ridgway Kraft, left, and Stephanie Pitcher look on at the Utah State Capitol Thursday, Feb. 18, 2016, in Salt Lake City. A plan to give state and higher education workers six weeks paid time off when they become new parents appears to be dead for the year after lawmakers sited confusion over its estimated cost. Members of a business committee voted 9-1 in favor of studying the plan in the legislative session's off season and possibly introducing it again next year. (AP Photo/Rick Bowmer)

Salt Lake City Democrat Rep. Angela Romero, center, prepares to testify as Melissa Ridgway Kraft, left, and Stephanie Pitcher look on at the Utah State Capitol Thursday, Feb. 18, 2016, in Salt Lake City. A plan to give state and higher education workers six weeks paid time off when they become new parents appears to be dead for the year after lawmakers sited confusion over its estimated cost. Members of a business committee voted 9-1 in favor of studying the plan in the legislative session's off season and possibly introducing it again next year. (AP Photo/Rick Bowmer)

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