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13 Oct 2001

Author:
Mark Magnier, Los Angeles Times

Sweatshop Case May Grow - Courts [Saipan]

Companies in Saipan [Northern Mariana Islands - U.S. territory] are ordered to identify workers for a class-action suit. - The U.S. District Court in Saipan signed an order this week opening the door to more potential plaintiffs in a lawsuit alleging widespread sweatshop abuses in the island's garment trade.

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