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Chapter 6. Division of Labor Standards Enforcement
Subchapter 2.5. Child Labor Law Violations

Article 1. Regulations Regarding Citation and Penalty Procedure for Violation of Child Labor Provisions

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§11779. Penalties for Class "A" Violations.

An original violation of a child labor law, rule or regulation designated as a class "A" violation shall subject the employer, or responsible entity, to a penalty assessment of $1,000.00. The second citation for a class "A" violation shall subject the employer, or responsible entity, to a penalty assessment of $2,000.00. The third, and each succeeding violation, shall subject the employer, or responsible entity, to a penalty assessment of $5,000.00 for the latter violation. Prior violations are such that have not been contested, or that have been upheld on proceedings thereon. In determining penalty assessments, a citation will be considered as referring to a single violation in the class affected at the time the violation cited, regardless of the number of minors in said group at such time.

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