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HB 168, 31st R.S.
Relating to blacklisting, amending "An Act to define and prohibit discrimination against persons seeking employment and to prescribe penalties for the breach of such Act," approved April 5, 1907, by adding thereto provisions requiring statements in writing from corporations and receivers to employees voluntarily leaving the employment, and requiring further that copies of statements shall be given to employees who have lost or are otherwise deprived of the use of the originals and prescribing more particularly that facts shall be set out in all such statements.
Author: Thad T. Adams
Session Law Chapter:
Acts 1909, 31st R.S.,ch. 89, General Laws of Texas
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