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Every attorney general in the country just threw ruthless employers under the bus

On Monday evening, every single attorney general of every American state or territory joined a rare letter, which called on Congress to limit a common tactic that employers use to protect themselves from accountability when they violate the law. The explicit purpose of the letter to congressional leaders was to urge Congress to ban what […]
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