30/08/2020 SB 1399 makes retailers accountable for garment worker pay - Los Angeles Times ADVERTISEMENT BUSINESS Wage theft plagues L.A. garment workers. Why aren’t fashion retailers held responsible? LOG IN Alnea Farahbella, left, and husband Arno Nabos, who own the small apparel factory Nana Atelier in Los Angeles, support SB 1399, a bill that would ban piece-rate compensation and make retailers jointly liable for any labor violations in the making of their clothes. (Myung J. Chun / Los Angeles Times) By LAURENCE DARMIENTO | STAFF WRITER AUG. 17, 2020 | 6 AM The prices are hard to believe: $24.99 for an on-trend dress, delivered to your door; $9.99 for a silky camisole hanging from the rack at a discount chain. https://www.latimes.com/business/story/2020-08-17/fashion-brands-garment-workers-sb1399-joint-liability-piece-rate 1/13

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