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January 2011

State labor legislation enacted in 2010

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

Drug and alcohol testing, equal employment opportunity, human trafficking, immigration legislation, independent contractors, time off, wages paid, and worker privacy were among the most active areas for lawmakers, who enacted new legislation or implemented legislation that revised State statutes or regulations during the year.

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