Pittsburgh’s paid sick leave law suffered another legal loss Wednesday, this time when Commonwealth Court rejected the city’s appeal of a lower court’s ruling. But the fight isn’t over yet.

The ordinance, which grants most private sector employees the right to paid days off for illness, was challenged by the Pennsylvania Restaurant and Lodging Association and local businesses just one month after it passed in 2015. An Allegheny County Court of Common Pleas judge ruled against the city in December 2015, saying that Pittsburgh as a second-class city doesn’t have the ability to dictate the actions of private businesses.

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