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Department of Labor Approves 'Kate Plus 8'

April 26, 2010 (2:42 am) GMT
The spin-off to 'Jon and Kate Plus 8' gets a green light from the department of labor which previously investigated the situation submitted by Kate Gosselin's brother.
Department of Labor Approves 'Kate Plus 8'

It's a perfect timing for whose eight children have been granted 'working permit'. The mother of eight was eliminated from "" last week and now she gets to go on with her new reality show with TLC, "".

Local Department of Labor says Kate's sextuplet and twin girls are cleared to continue their careers on TV. Per TMZ, a rep for the Pennsylvania Dept. of Labor and Industry said the correct paperwork for the show was submitted and approved. "The proper steps have been taken and the kids are permitted for 'Kate Plus 8'," the rep said.

The decision was made following an allegation from Kate's brother who said the kids had no privacy when taping "". But TLC, backed up by Kate's ex , said the accusation was "inaccurate". The department of labor won't sue the producers but asked them to get a permit.

Although "Kate Plus 8" is given a green light, TLC may still have to work on a permit for another show "Twist of Kate". The new reality show follows Kate as she travels around the country to find out how other people juggle work, family and all the other challenges life throws at them.

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