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What are my rights to maternity leave?

New parents in California are generally entitled to twelve weeks of job-protected leave to care for a new child, whether it’s a biological child, an adopted child, or a foster child. If you’re having pregnancy-related complications and need medical leave for that, you may be covered under California’s Pregnancy Disability Leave Laws as well.

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