In the market of employment that the United States governments support and encourage, it is important to set a standard for expectations. However, I'm not certain that this bill best exercises that government obligation. I'm in favor of this bill as better than its absence, but it may be better yet to have a lower requirement and an express recommendation such as 5 and 10 days. The risk to public health is a proportional to exposure (exponential to density), so I am concerned regarding the justice of a one-size-fits-all on this sort of legislation. Ideally, it is the responsibility of the public (government) to administrate public health (through representative taxation credits and subsidies) rather than a burden on small businesses and a luxury incentive benefiting large businesses. Free markets are stifled by very large businesses, as such I would like employee statutes (health, vacation, health leave of all kinds) to be progressive relative to employee headcount. Especially compared to the hard cut of 15 employees in this bill. In my perspective, private vs public insurance is independent of this issue.