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CALIFORNIA – The American Apparel and Footwear Association (AAFA) has expressed concerns about the current draft of California Senate Bill 62 (SB 62) in a letter to Senator Maria Elena Durazo. 

In particular, the association’s president and CEO, Steve Lamar, believes the bill in its current form could force reputable fashion brands and retailers to look elsewhere because of a ‘brand guarantor’ provision that apportions the responsibility of staff payment with the customer. 

He writes: “Although well-intentioned, the bill, as currently written, would, among other things, impose unprecedented joint liability on businesses with no control over garment workers.” 

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