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Article 1. Motion Picture Industries
(a) It shall also constitute grounds for denial of the issuance or renewal, or suspension or revocation of a Permit to Employ Minors in the Entertainment Industry for any permit holder or authorized agent or representative of such holder to discharge or in any manner discriminate against any studio teacher because such studio teacher either:
(1) made any oral or written complaint to the Division or the permit holder, its agents, representatives or employees, that conditions on the set or location were dangerous to the health, safety or morals of minors employed on said set or location; or
(2) took any action to preclude, suspend or terminate the employment of minors on a set or location for reasons of health, safety, or morals of the minors.
NOTE: Authority cited: Sections 55, 59, 1311 and 1398, Labor Code. Reference: Section 1308, Labor Code.
1. New section filed 3-4-86; effective thirtieth day thereafter (Register 86, No. 10).
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