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  • n. A mother-in-law or father-in-law.


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  • Are any of these people a parent, step-parent or parent-in-law currently living in an assisted living or long-term-care facility like a nursing home, or not?

    USA TODAY/ABC News elderly care poll

  • It would be presumptious or offensive to use the informal “tu” with a shopkeeper, a librarian, a parent-in-law, etc.

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  • A parent-in-law is not included in the definition of "parent." - When illness strikes, FMLA lets workers take time off

  • One in 10 care for a friend or neighbour, 14% for their child, 9% for a parent-in-law, 5% for a grandparent and 9% for other relatives.

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  • Specifically, this bill would have (1) eliminated the age and dependency elements from the definition of "child," thereby permitting an employee to take protected leave to care for his or her independent adult child suffering from a serious health condition, (2) expanded the definition of "parent" to include an employee's parent-in-law and, (3) permitted an employee to also take leave to care of a seriously ill grandparent, sibling, grandchild, or domestic partner, as defined.

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  • Up to 2 parents or parents-in-law or combination of parent & parent-in-law

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  • Then I challenge you to do the same regarding yourself as someone’s parent or parent-in-law, daughter or son, daughter-in-law or son-in-law,.

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