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Posted: December 19, 2012 at 5:24 a.m.

100 YEARS AGO Dec. 19, 1912 Several members of the Legislative Committee of the Arkansas State Federation of Labor have been in session in Little Rock since Monday, drafting a number of bills recently endorsed by the state convention held at Pine Bluff, which will be presented at the coming session of the legislature. The principal matter that has been up for discussion is a mines qualification law and the establishment of a state mining board. Laws regarding a workingmen’s compensation act and child labor laws also are being considered.

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