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McDonald's Turned To A Firm With Clinton Ties To Fight The Fight For $15

As the face of the fast-food industry, McDonald’s has always been the juiciest target for the Fight for $15 movement. Labor unions and low-wage workers have sued, mocked and vilified the Golden Arches ever since workers first walked off the job in 2012 to protest poverty pay. So it’s no shock that the world’s most recognizable burger chain would have turned to outside consultants to help fight its high-stakes public-relations battle.
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