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State Regulation of Agricultural Labor Regulations - The Arizona Farm Labor Law: A Constitutional Analysis


Jonathan Rose


Arizona State University College of Law

1973

Arizona State Law Journal, pp. 373-431, 1973

Abstract:     
The Arizona Farm Labor Law, which has been the subject of substantial political comment, may provoke significant judicial comment as well. This attempt to regulate employer-employee labor relations in Arizona's agriculture industry appears to have several constitutional infirmities, which are discussed in this Article. In particular, the Laws restraints on picketing and handbilling raise important first amendment issues; the vagueness and overbreadth of the statute suggest further first amendment questions; and the provision for summary remedies appears to offend due process notions developed by recent decisions of the United States Supreme Court. The author discusses each of the institutional issues in depth, examining the applicability of various constitutional doctrines to the area of labor relations in general, and, specifically, to the Arizona Farm Labor Law.

Number of Pages in PDF File: 59

Keywords: labor, employment, farm

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Date posted: August 13, 2009  

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Rose, Jonathan, State Regulation of Agricultural Labor Regulations - The Arizona Farm Labor Law: A Constitutional Analysis (1973). Arizona State Law Journal, pp. 373-431, 1973. Available at SSRN: http://ssrn.com/abstract=1446941

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Arizona State University College of Law ( email )
Box 877906
Tempe, AZ 85287-7906
United States
480-965-6513 (Phone)
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