SB 201 | 29th Legislature, Second Regular Session (1970)
An Act removing restrictions on working hours for female employees
Role of Senator O'Connor: Prime sponsor
Signed into law: April 22, 1970
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Senate Bill 201 AN ACT
RELATING TO LABOR; REMOVING RESTRICTIONS ON WORKING HOURS FOR FEMALE EMPLOYEES, AND RE PEALING SECTION 23-281, ARIZONA REVISED STA TUTES.
Be it enacted by the Legislature of the State of Arizona:
Section 1. REPEAL
Section 23-281, Arizona Revised Statutes, is repealed.
Sec. 2. EMERGENCY
To preserve the public peace, health and safety it is necessary that this act become immediately operative. It is therefore declared to be an emergency measure, to take effect as provided by law.
Failed to pass the Senate with sufficient votes to enact the emergency clause.
Approved by the Governor-April 22, 1970
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