July 6, 2022

As legislators in states like California and New York work to cross legal guidelines that maintain style manufacturers accountable for his or her labor practices, Senator Kirsten Gillibrand (NY-D) has her sights set on the federal stage. 

On Could 12, Sen. Gillibrand will deliver the Fashioning Accountability and Constructing Actual Institutional Change Act — FABRIC Act for brief — to the Senate, a first-of-its-kind federal invoice that, as Alyssa Hardy explains in Vogue, would incentivize style firms to deliver manufacturing again to the U.S. and enhance the working situations of their stateside services, and would penalize those that are discovered paying their staff lower than the federal minimal hourly wage. 

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