California Senate Moves to Protect Foreign Workers

January 31, 2014

The California Senate on Thursday voted 34-0 to approve a bill that would protect documented foreign workers from abuse and human trafficking. The bill is a follow-up to a bill passed last year but vetoed by Gov. Jerry Brown (D) because of concerns about funding for registration of foreign labor contractors. 

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