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General Membership Meeting
May 14, 2017,
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Today in Labor History
Apr. 26, 1924 The U.S. House of Representatives passes House Joint Resolution No. 184, a constitutional amendment to prohibit the labor of persons under 18 years of age. The Senate approved the measure a few weeks later, but it was never ratified by the states and is still technically pending.
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