Family of cutout people. "If you ask me what's likely to happen, paid family medical leave will get stripped out of the reconciliation bill before it goes to the Senate," says Prudential's Susan Murphy. (Photo: Shutterstock)

Editor's note: The House has since passed its version of the social spending bill on Friday morning, the day after the webinar on which this article is based.

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