Backers see paid sick leave as a non-partisan issue, and many believe that President Donald J. Trump supports the idea, even though he has not publicly proposed any measures to provide sick leave at the federal level (Trump, as a candidate, did propose a maternity leave plan). “I expect the administration eventually will propose some kind of paid leave program,” said Tom Spiggle, an employment and immigration rights lawyer who founded Spiggle Law Firm after stints as an assistant U.S. attorney and legislative aide on Capitol Hill. Spiggle also is the author of You’re Pregnant? You’re Fired” Protecting Mothers, Fathers, and Other Caregivers in the Workplace, which explains expectant mothers’ employment rights. Click here for the full story.