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Proposed law to make chores mandatory for kids under 18

SPAIN — Ever feel like you need to handcuff your kids to the dishwasher to get them to finish cleaning up after dinner? The Spanish government is looking to send in some serious (and unconventional) backup for parents in the country.
Instead of just getting grounded for ignoring household chores, kids in Spain may soon be facing trouble with the law. Yes, you read that right.
The Spanish Parliament has already passed a draft law — “The Rights and Duties of Children” — that requires kids under the age of 18 to be actively involved in household duties and to “participate in family ...


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