WATCH: Red states, blue states debate paid leave

Join our conversation with three leading thinkers on paid leave policies.
Minnesota state Sen. Julia Coleman (R), who introduced paid family leave legislation (AP Photo/Steve Karnowski)

At a time when states are desperate to attract workers and get those on the sidelines back into the economy, red states and blue states alike are embracing paid leave policies that could change the fundamental relationship between an employee and their employer.

In a bipartisan panel, Pluribus News staff writer Sophie Quinton quizzes Maine state Sen. Mattie Daughtry (D), Minnesota Sen. Julia Coleman (R) and New Mexico Sen. Mimi Stewart (D) on their proposals to implement paid leave policies, and the hurdles they faced.