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 Delaware Child Labor Laws?

Answer Throughout the United States, child labor is regulated at both the federal and the state levels. In Delaware, as in most states, children under 14 may not work. Children under 18 may work but only ... Read More »
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Delaware Laws on Child Car Seats?

Child safety on the road is one of the top concerns of the highway patrols in the state of Delaware. This ensures that the guardians and parents provide children with state-approved car seats, seat... Read More »
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Which countries have laws about child labor?

Britain,Canada china France Mexico and the u.s. 100% positive
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When did child labor laws begin?

Federal child labor laws were passed in 1938. The Fair Labor Standards Act set up restrictions on hours worked by children younger than 16, and dangerous jobs are restricted to workers older than 1... Read More »
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Why were child labor laws put into place?

Society give children extra protection that it does not give to adults, because children are less able to protect themselves, and have often been treated as slaves by their parents or guardians.
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