Living Wages 

The Tennessee legislature is once again demonstrating a shortsighted, anti-worker bias.

In light of recent Republican electoral failures to communicate with Hispanics, immigrants, African-Americans, and hourly wage earners, pushing anti-living-wage legislation would seem politically counterintuitive. But here in Tennessee, the Republican-controlled state legislature passed a bill on March 28th that's injurious to workers…

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