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January 1994

State labor legislation enacted in 1993

Richard R. Nelson

Recent legislative trends continued, as significant laws were enacted in a wide array of labor standards areas, including child labor, minimum wage, drug and alcohol testing, and employee leasing. This article summarizes major state labor legislation enacted in 1993.

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