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Thousands of Fast-Food Workers Plan a $15 Wage Protest at First Presidential Debate

A reminder that “if these candidates want to get elected, they will support our cause.”
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Neither candidate unconditionally supports a $15 minimum wage, so when Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump take part in Monday's first televised debate, a couple thousand fast-food workers plan to be there to remind them of that fact. ...

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