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Topic - Mark Stone
California businesses would be held responsible when contract workers they hire to clean their buildings, fill their warehouse shelves and deliver their goods are not paid or are denied overtime under a pair of bills advancing through the Legislature.
The Pittsburgh Penguins are ready for the Stanley Cup playoffs.
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Carey Price called it one of his best performances of the season.
MONTREAL (AP) — Clarke MacArthur scored on the power play 58 seconds into overtime and the Ottawa Senators beat the Montreal Canadiens 4-3 on Saturday night.
Assemblyman Mark Stone, D-Scotts Valley, said his bill addresses a broken system for low-wage workers such as janitors, restaurant workers and garment industry employees who are denied overtime, paid breaks and minimum wage protections.
"The more there are pressures on employers to do the right thing for their employees, we can minimize the claims and problems that are out there," said Stone, the author of the wage lien bill.