New sweatshop law in N.J. touted as toughest in U.S

Friedman, Arthur
August 1996
WWD: Women's Wear Daily;8/6/1996, Vol. 172 Issue 25, p13
Trade Publication
Reports that a new apparel anti-sweatshop law went into effect in New Jersey that the state claims is the toughest in the country. Provisions for sweatshop violators; Impact on manufacturers and contractors.


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