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In May 2013, Governor Martin O’Malley signed into law the “Reasonable Accommodations for Pregnant Workers Act,” which requires Maryland employers to provide reasonable accommodations to women suffering from pregnancy-related disabilities.  See Md. Code Ann. State Gov’t §§20-601, et seq.  The Act applies to all employers with at least fifteen employees for each working day in…

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The recently enacted “Reasonable Accommodations for Pregnant Workers Act” requires Maryland employers to provide reasonable accommodations to women suffering from pregnancy-related disabilities. The Act, which took effect October 1, applies to all employers with at least 15 employees for each working day in each of 20 or more calendar weeks.  

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