TITLE VIII--STUDIES, REPORTS, AND RELATED PROGRAMS
SEC. 864. EDUCATIONAL MERCHANDISE LICENSING CODES OF CONDUCT
It is the sense of Congress that all American colleges and universities should adopt rigorous educational merchandise licensing codes of conduct to assure that university and college licensed merchandise is not made by sweatshop and exploited adult or child labor either domestically or abroad, and that such codes should include at least the following:
(1) Public reporting of the code and the companies adhering to the code.
(2) Independent monitoring of the companies adhering to the code by entities not limited to major international accounting firms.
(3) An explicit prohibition on the use of child labor.
(4) An explicit requirement that companies pay workers at least the governing minimum wage and applicable overtime.
(5) An explicit requirement that companies allow workers the right to organize without retribution.
(6) An explicit requirement that companies maintain a safe and healthy workplace.
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