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Individuals who represent or promote writers who want their work published in a magazine, book, or any other commercial format must be licensed with the California Department of Industrial Relations.


California Department of Industrial Relations

Division of Labor Standards Enforcement

455 Golden Gate Avenue, 8th Floor

San Francisco, CA 94102

(415) 703-5070

www.dir.ca.gov



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