Making good on their vow to step up the pressure on national quick-service chains, hundreds of New York hourly restaurant workers, led by a group called Fast Food Forward, returned to the picket lines Thursday, repeating their demands for higher wages and the ability to form a union. Organizers estimate that some 400 New York quick-service workers held strikes at more than 60 restaurants around the city, picketing such brands as McDonald’s, Wendy’s, Burger King, ...

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