I would have looked at it.
I somewhat agree with Gingrich but I fear the regulation could get hysteric for good reason and not, in time, fix anything. Am open to bring the age down with some ifs.
I was a kid actress for minutes at a time, and had some social services to the set to see that I kept being educated (these were for a few commercials). I was in a movie, American Working Women, nobody watching me, but I got a new dress I hated. In school in the chicago area, the teachers and my parents thought I would be good to help clean up the kindergarten - true. I was confused but sort of liked that, I was twelve, and soon after came down with scarlet fever, somehow from that, quarantine for a few weeks, so I got to listen in my room to some classic serial radio programs of the time and not stress my little self. Well, scarlet fever is no joke, but I missed the bad part.
I agree with those who think this could be good and get those that think this is one more road to misuse of children.
I went to work on the day of my sixteenth birthday and didn't stop for near 50 years. I am not any genius and had trouble getting through university working a ton of hours plus taking busses. But I'm not a child in Mali, for sure.
Any of you met a person from Mali? I have. Not a low ranking person though.