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Withdrawn: Proposed Emergency Regulations To Gut Break Laws Shelved as Emergency Measure

Deputy Secretary Mike Prosio has confirmed that the DLSE has withdrawn the proposed emergency meal and rest break regulation. The proposal will now proceed on the regular regulation track, which requires a 45 day comment period and three public hearings. The Office of Administrative Law received more comments on this than any proposed emergency regulation in its history.



Thank God! If there was a way for my work to keep us from taking breaks, they would do it for sure. Go get them on the class action!

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