Kate's eight are free to appear on their mom's upcoming reality show.
A spokesman for the Pennsylvania Department of Labor and
Industry says producers have obtained child-labor permits for Kate
Gosselin's twins and sextuplets to appear with their mother on a
series of TLC specials, "Kate Plus 8."
Troy Thompson said Monday that the permits are good for six
months, then must be renewed.
Pennsylvania regulators concluded last month that permits should
have been obtained for Gosselin's old show, "Jon & Kate Plus 8."
The series ended last year when Kate split with her husband, Jon.
No legal action was taken, but the producers agreed to submit
paperwork for any future taping.
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