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If companies are found to have used forced labor from the region, they could be prosecuted for securities violations.
You see, if it wasn’t for child labor, I don’t know if I’d be here.
More than 300 captive people labored there as both skilled and unskilled workers.
In New Bedford, Massachusetts, an indigenous Guatemalan labor leader has heard complaints from adult workers in the fish-packing industry who say they’re losing their jobs to 14-year-olds.
The company claims up to a 95-percent reduction in labor required to construct its prefab homes, which would free up those contractors to build more.
In 2016, she ran for Council and watched as labor groups supported one of her opponents, and the Chamber of Commerce supported another.
Not to mention the weak labor market makes it hard for the employed to get raises and the millions of unemployed Americans to find a paycheck.
She also said she had spoken to “people who know how I roll,” from groups like the San Diego Police Officers Association, the San Diego Chamber of Commerce and organized labor about the situation.
Nothing would make us happier than to figure out how to get the voices of labor to lock arms with us and figure this out.
Close behind Orange were Marcus Goodwin, a real estate developer, and Ed Lazere, whom labor unions and left-leaning activist groups worked to elect.

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