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129 Monthly Lab. Rev. 1 (2006)

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Volume 129, Number 1
January 2006
Changes in State laws during 2005:
Labor                                                                              3
Minimum wage, ,. hild labor, drug and alcohol testing, equal oppportunity, and human
trafficking were among the most active categories of labor laws enacted
John J. Fitzpatrick, Jr.
Unemployment insurance                                                            3o
Some State laws were amended to include State Unemployment Tax Act dumping
provisions and not charging an employer's account for certain circumstances
Loryn Lancaster
Union membership statistics in 24 countries                                         38
Analysis of adjustedunion membership data provides explanatory factors
for the differences and trends in unionization
Jelle Visser
Departments
Labor month in :-eview                                                             2
Pr6cis                                                                            50
Book reviews                                                                     52
Current labor statistics                                                          53
Editor-in-Chief: William Parks e Executive Editor: Richard M. Devens * Managing Editor: Anna Huffman Hill e Editors: Brian I.
Baker, Kristy S. Christiansen, Richard Hamilton, Leslie Brown Joyner e Book Reviews: Richard Hamilton * Design and Layout:
Catherine D. Bowman, Edith W. Peters * Contributors: Danny Shoag and Charlotte Yee

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