ARIZONA PUBLIC HEALTH ASSOCIATION
A RESOLUTION CONCERNING A BILL PROVIDING FOR THE LICENSING AND REGULATION OF LABOR CAMPS; ESTABLISHING A LABOR CAMP ADVISORY COUNCIL; PROVIDING FOR ADMINISTRATION OF ARTICLE BY STATE AND COUNTY DEPARTMENTS OF HEALTH: PRESCRIBING PENALTIES AND AMENDING CHAPTER 6, TITLE 36, ARIZONA REVISED STATUTES, BY REPEALING ARTICLE 4 AND ADDING A NEW ARTICLE 4.
The Arizona State Department of Health, Migrant Health Section, requests the Arizona Public Health Association’s support of the Bill providing for the licensing and regulation of labor camps; establishing a labor camp advisory council; providing for administration of Article by State and County Departments of Health; prescribing penalties; and amending Chapter 6, Title 36, Arizona Revised Statutes, by repealing Article 4 and adding a new Article 4.
The purpose of this Bill is to protect the health, safety and welfare of the citizens of Arizona and the residents of such camps. It is the intention of the Legislature to enable the State and County departments of health to regulate the establishment, maintenance, and operation of labor camps to assure that the occupants of such camps have adequate housing and a healthful environment.
Submitted by John H. Faulds
Arizona State Health Department September 12, 1969
Unanimously adopted by the members of the Arizona Public Health Association at their meeting at Flagstaff, Arizona