A standoff between the D.C. Council and the business community might impede District employees from receiving two months of paid universal leave.

Lawmakers voted in favor of the country’s most generous paid family leave policy in a 9-4 vote on Tuesday, which would give more than half a million non-federal employees up to 90% of their salary — with the benefit capped at $1,000 per week — beginning in 2020.

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