The Federal government sets specific labor laws, including those about child labor. But the states can put their own laws in effect, as long as they do not contradict the Federal Laws. Most states regulate the hours a child can work and the ages they can get a work permit.
in 1836, the Federal Government took the initiative to regulate the amount of hours and the type of work that a child could do.
May be child labor is big problem for federal organization, so it ban so far....
The federal government currently consists of members of the Australia Labor Party.
To the best of my knowledge, every state has child labor laws. There are also federal child labor laws. To find Texas' child labor laws, google 'Texas statutes, labor code, chapter 51'
Every state has it's own Department of Labor, which supervises companies and enforces the laws of employment in it's state. The US Department of Labor is the Federal Government and oversees the Federal laws regarding labor. Labor laws do differ from state in many issues, such as Child Labor laws (work permits, minimum age to enter the work force). This is the same type of separation of Federal and State power as the State Congress and Federal Congress.
The Labor Party currently governs Australia. The leader of the Federal Government is the Prime Minister who, in 2010, is Julia Gillard.
Labor Day is a Federal holiday. Banks are not open on Federal Holidays. The Post Office and most government buildings are also closed.
because they pooped
They made laws to stop it from happening
No, Labor Day is a Federal Holiday and banks and government offices are closed.