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January 1991

State labor legislation enacted in 1990

Richard R. Nelson, David A. Levy

Important new labor standards legislation covered a variety of subjects, including minimum wage, parental leave, child labor, employee drug testing, and door-to-door sales by children. This article summarizes major state labor legislation enacted in 1990.

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