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State Fines Sarbanand Farms $150,000 for Meal and Rest Break Violations

It's the largest fine for this type of violation in Washington history. by Heidi Groover Blueberry fields at Sarbanand Farms in Whatcom County. steven hsieh A week after two prominent law firms sued over working conditions at a Western Washington farm, the Washington State Department of Labor and Industries announced Thursday it will charge the farm nearly $150,000 in fines.
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