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January 2010

State labor legislation enacted in 2009

John J. Fitzpatrick, Jr., James L. Perine, Bridget Dutton

Drug and alcohol testing, equal employment opportunity, human trafficking, immigration protections, independent contractors, the minimum wage, prevailing wages, wages paid, and worker privacy were among the most active areas in which State legislatures either enacted or revised legislation during the year.

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