The Medical and Family Leave (FMLA) Act and Family Rights Act (FRA) are often confused. The differences between the two acts include the following: FMLA allows you leave to care for an injured or ill service member who is a child, parent, spouse or other next of kin. FRA restricts leave to just a child, parent or spouse. FMLA considers pregnancy as a serious health condition. For more details see corresponding state legislative websites:
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