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 Traditional labor unions, quasi-union worker centers and their allies in elected office are in the midst of a multiyear campaign to achieve wage and benefit victories for groups of workers they hope to organize. The effort kicked off with the chain restaurant rallies in November 2012 in New York and will reach a crescendo with this November’s midterm elections ...

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