AB 1099 Goat herders: labor protections

Introduced by Assembly Member Megan Dahle

AB 1099, as introduced, Megan Dahle. Goat herders: labor protections.
Existing law establishes specified labor protections for goat herders, as defined, relating to wages, meal and rest periods, lodging, and other conditions of employment. Existing law imposes civil penalties, as prescribed, for violations of these provisions. Existing law requires the Labor Commissioner, on or before January 1, 2024, to issue a report to the Legislature on wage violations, including minimum wage and overtime, affecting sheepherders and goat herders. These goat herder provisions are repealed on January 1, 2024.
This bill would delete the repeal language, thereby making the provisions operative indefinitely.