Federal Employees Paid Parental Leave Act of 2018

In this March 23, 2018 photo, Philip Ellison and his wife, Katherine Ellison, change their son Patton's clothing at the end of the work day at Philip Ellison's firm Outside Legal Counsel in Hemlock, Mich. If you were born in Michigan in July 1984 or later, you may be among more than five million people whose blood is being held by the state of Michigan, some of which may be used in medical research. A federal lawsuit, filed by Saginaw County Attorney Ellison on behalf of a group of Michigan parents, argues that the practice is unconstitutional and there are no protections in place to stop police or others from accessing the information that can be derived from stored blood samples. (Henry Taylor/The Flint Journal-MLive.com via AP)

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