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The commissioner may, upon the written request of the labor department or corresponding agency of another state or of a person, board, officer, or commission authorized to act on behalf of that department or agency, maintain actions in the courts of this state upon assigned claims or judgments for wages arising in another state in the same manner and to the same extent that such actions by the commissioner are authorized for claims arising in this state; provided that these actions may be maintained only in the event that the department or agency in the other state provides, by agreement, reciprocal services to the commissioner.
Article 05. LABOR RELATIONS AGENCY
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