The Obama administration is proposing new rules to help military families care for service members when they are called to active duty or become injured.
First lady Michelle Obama was set to join Labor Secretary Hilda Solis on Monday to announce the plan that updates the Family and Medical Leave Act.
The proposal would let family members take up to 12 weeks of leave from work to help a service member deployed on short notice. Family caregivers could attend military functions, deal with child care issues, or update financial affairs without fear of losing their jobs.
It would also give family members up to 26 weeks of leave to care for a service member with a serious injury or illness.
Officials also are announcing other efforts to support military families.
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