Safe leave offers victims of domestic violence time off and protections, but few states require it

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Nearly one-half of women and men (47.3% and 44.2%, respectively) report having experienced domestic violence at some point in their lives, according to a recent report from the Center for American Progress (CAP). And its effects can be felt in the workplace: 83% of survivors report that the abuse has impacted their ability to work, and the US loses an estimated 8 million days of work every year as a result, according to the Center for Domestic Peace.

Victims and their families may need time off from work to relocate away from their abuser, attend court proceedings, or access care. In

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