Report: Wrist Slap After Packing Plant Hired Illegal Youngster Workers In Kansas

Human rights abuses are often discounted in the illegal immigration debate . . . We only trust a small fraction of conservatives regarding their concern about this topic and progressives only seem to care around election time or to make some petty demographic arguments that they regularly mislabel as Latinx issues . . . Bleh . . . Meanwhile, the harm to real people persists.

One important example out of many . . .

"Packers Sanitation Services paid $1.5 million to the U.S. Department of Labor after an investigation found it employed children in dangerous jobs in eight different states."

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Company that put children to work in meatpacking plants in Kansas and Nebraska pays maximum fine

A Wisconsin-based company that provides workers to clean food processing plants paid a $1.5 million fine for illegally putting 102 children to work in dangerous jobs at meatpacking facilities, including those in Kansas and Nebraska. Packers Sanitation Services paid the maximum civil penalty allowed under the Fair Labor Standards Act to the U.S.