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January 1993

State labor legislation enacted in 1992

Richard R. Nelson

Recent legislative trends continued with significant laws in a wide array of labor standards areas, such as child labor, parental leave, sexual harassment, discrimination due to disability or sexual orientation, and genetic testing. This article summarizes major state labor legislation enacted in 1992.

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