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Welsh-Healey Public contract Act (1936)

Welsh-Healey Public contract Act (1936) is a law that requires minimum wage and working conditions for employees working on any government contract amounting to more than $10,000. It contains minimum wage, maximum hour, and safety and health provisions, and requires time-and-a-half pay for work over 40 hours a week.

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