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   Posted 1/16/2013 10:42 AM (GMT -6)   
Does anyone know about FMLA Laws? Do they vary from state to state? I was told by my HR detp that they only allow you to be on FMLA for one year. I was on it a few years ago when I had my daughter, and then I applied and was approved for it again last March when I got bit and started treatment. When I called to ask if I could renew it a bit early (take the paperwork to my LLND when I have my appt in Feb. so I can kill two birds with one stone) they told me its only a one year thing. I've tried looking it up on the net but cant really see anything that says you cant renew it. I also found a number of the labor and wage dept, waited on hold for 17 mins and then was disconnected. Ugh.
Any help is appreciated :)

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Date Joined Nov 2011
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   Posted 1/16/2013 11:04 AM (GMT -6)   
It may vary from state to state, or employer to employer. In Michigan you're entitled to 12 weeks (144 days) per rolling year. Rolling means when you use a day, you get it back the following year on that day. So I don't think it's a one year thing, it's a federal law.

Contact the National Labor Relations Board.

Hope this helps!
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