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Child Labor Laws Child labor laws were never even considered to be passed until the 1900s There are many companies that enforce the child labor laws now days There is the Fair Labor Standards Act FLSA the YouthRules the Employment and Training Association Bureau of International Labor Affairs BILA and the Bureau or Labor Statistics All of these companies work to enforce child labor laws in different ways Child labor laws were passed because of the suffering and pain that some children went through in the 1800s Some children lost their legs arms or extremities Children often didnt get to go to school didnt get enough food and werent receiving the proper medical care they needed If a child lost a leg or arm most of the time they would be sent to an orphanage for kids who have similar problems They would be sent there because since they were no longer a profit for companies or their parents neither wanted them anymore They would be lucky if they actually received proper medical care Most kids would live in the orphanages until they were old enough to go out on their own Most children were forced to work because there family was in poverty The parents often depended on the childrens mere 10 cents a day for food water or other necessities for their families If the children werent working when they were little the parents brought them to work with them most of the time If they werent already helping them out they would be put to work when they were at an old enough age to do any of the jobs they could set them out to do Sometimes the parents were forced to make their children work A lot of the workers lived in houses provided by there company If they didnt make their children work the companies would threaten to kick them out
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