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McDonald's Workers in Virginia Test Who's Boss

Wednesday, February 4, 2015

Their case concerns civil-rights violations of low-wage workers, most of them women. It also tests whether--in line with a recent NLRB decision--the world's largest hamburger chain can be taken to task as their employer.

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