LABOR: Children's Amendment

Last week, the Senate of North Carolina rejected the proposed Child Labor Amendment to the Constitution. This makes the third State to take action. Florida has rejected; Arkansas has ratified. Since, to become effective, three-quarters of the States must ratify, the rejection of the measure by eleven more States would defeat it. But, as yet, the business of State consideration has been only begun.


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