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What You Need to Know about California’s Garment Worker Protection Act

As we settle into the new year, our Sourcing Summit Companion Report looks ahead at ways to optimize processes and performance.

A new bill designed to improve the conditions of workers who cut and sew clothing in California, where they earn an average of $5.15 an hour, could soon become law, cementing the Golden State’s reputation as a mecca for ethical fashion in an industry rife with labor exploitation and holding retailers such as Fashion Nova

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