Florida’s 4th District Court of Appeal ruled Thursday that a state statute requiring that temporary labor staffing companies charge day laborers a “reasonable” transportation fee to worksites is unconstitutionally vague.

In an opinion written by Judge Robert M. Gross, a 4th District panel unanimously upheld a Broward Circuit Court ruling that a section of the Florida Labor Pool Act governing labor transportation is too vague because it failed “to give persons of common intelligence and understanding adequate warning or fair notice of [wrongdoing].”

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