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December 18, 1991 | From Times Staff and Wire Reports
Democratic presidential candidate Sen. Bob Kerrey said his business partner and brother-in-law has corrected child-labor law violations at their restaurants in Nebraska. The Grandmother's Inc. chain was one of five employers cited and fined by the U.S. Labor Department, primarily for exceeding restrictions on teen-agers' working hours. In a statement from his campaign office, Kerrey said: "I have been informed by my business partner that he has taken action to correct possible violations of U.S.
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December 18, 1991 | From Times Staff and Wire Reports
Democratic presidential candidate Sen. Bob Kerrey said his business partner and brother-in-law has corrected child-labor law violations at their restaurants in Nebraska. The Grandmother's Inc. chain was one of five employers cited and fined by the U.S. Labor Department, primarily for exceeding restrictions on teen-agers' working hours. In a statement from his campaign office, Kerrey said: "I have been informed by my business partner that he has taken action to correct possible violations of U.S.
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August 24, 1997 | From Associated Press
Following a massive bad-beef recall, Burger King has pulled Hudson Foods' burgers off its grills--forever, a spokesman for the fast-food chain said Saturday. "No more Hudson Beef is in the Burger King system nor will we be buying any more Hudson Foods Inc. beef," said David Nixon, a spokesman at Burger King's headquarters in Miami.
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