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Above: John Roberts Melville Fuller Today is a terrible day in American history, but it’s nothing that wasn’t blindingly obvious when Donald Trump became president, and it would have been the same with any Republican president. Janus is a terrible decided case, using laughably ridiculous logic and filled with non-sequiturs that serve nothing more than […]
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Today is World Day Against Child Labor and even as everything in our country is collapsing around us, it’s worth remembering the problems we used to be concerned with, such as kids working and dying on the job. Human Rights Watch: Today is the World Day Against Child Labor, and this year’s theme highlights the […]
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On June 4, 1912, Massachusetts established the nation’s first minimum wage. This was a result of long-time worker outrage over the conditions of their lives and the strikes that resulted. It also led to a pioneering law that would become the law of the land a quarter-century later. In 1911, the Massachusetts legislation came under […]
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