Michigan’s “Right to Work” Debate Affects Latinos, Too

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Victoria Defranceso Soto: Latinos aren’t the first group that comes to mind in a discussion about unions, especially with regards to a rust-belt state such as Michigan. But it turns out that Latinos are disproportionately affected, and not in a good way, by the diminishing strength of unions.

Why Austerity Economics Hurts Low-Wage Workers the Most

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Robert Reich: encouraged by the economic recovery and perhaps also by the election returns, low-wage workers have started to organize.

Wal-Fare Benefits: Facts About Walmart Employee Plans

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Bobbi Murray: Walmart has repeatedly come under fire from labor and community groups, as well as states, for promoting a health care structure that encouraged employee reliance on Medicaid.

How to Create More Jobs By Lowering Wages: Texas and America

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Robert Reich: Perry and Romney can duke it out over who created the most jobs, but governors have as much influence over job growth in their states as roosters do over sunrises.

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