Clean Bill on Agricultural Labor Receives House Committee Approval

April 1968
Labor Law Journal;Apr68, Vol. 19 Issue 4, p253
Academic Journal
This article reports on the approval of the clean bill on agricultural labor in the U.S. House of Committee on Education and Labor on March 13, 1968. The bill will include agricultural workers under the provisions of the National Labor Relations Act if such workers are employed on farms employing more than 12 workers yearly or having total labor costs during that period of more than $10,000.


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