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Jim Leonard Remembers Claire White, Recipient of the National Consumer League’s Florence Kelley Award

REMARKS BY JIM LEONARD AT THE CELEBRATION OF CLAIRE WHITE’S LIFE Jim Leonard, retired attorney

Poultry processor House of Raeford to pay fine for child labor violations at Teachey, NC, plant following US Department of Labor investigation

U.S. Department of Labor Press Release/Wage and Hour Division [Oct. 16, 2012] TEACHEY, N.C. —

Organizer of child sex ring in Thailand sentenced to 25 years

New York (CNN) — A Canadian man who admitted to running a sex ring involving young boys at

U.S. DOL Fines Two Grain Operators $1.4 million in Death of Two Teens

News Release OSHA News Release: [01/24/2011] MOUNT CARROLL, Ill. — The U.S. Department of Labor

Despite problems, egg farmer embraced by local governments Central figure in recall has history of run-ins with regulators

By Andrew Zajac, Chicago Tribune Washington Bureau 8:23 PM EDT, August 27, 2010/WASHINGTON Long

State vs. Federal Child Labor Laws: Which Apply?

There are child labor laws, both state and federal, that regulate the hours of work, types of jobs,

New rule impacts young workers at nursing homes

His hours were cut because of a change in federal child labor laws that prohibit teens from