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CALIFORNIA – More than 140 businesses have come out in support of the Garment Worker Protection Act (SB 62), as state senator Maria Elena Durazo looks to push through what would be a historic bill for California.

A press conference was hosted yesterday, convening workers’ rights groups such as Remake and companies backing the bill, including Vietnamese denim manufacturer Saitex and womenswear brand Reformation.

Remake’s advocacy and policy director, Elizabeth Cline, said: “The system that we have set up right now is not working for garment workers. As a matter of basic fairness, it’s time to close these loopholes in our laws and create a system that works for everyone in fashion.”

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