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Warren supports campaign staff decision to join union

Reuters Thursday, 6 June 2019
Democratic presidential candidate Elizabeth Warren on Thursday endorsed her campaign staff's decision to unionize, an expected move from the U.S. Senator from Massachusetts who has made workers' rights a major part of her 2020 platform.
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Reuters reports Democratic presidential candidate Elizabeth Warren on Thursday endorsed her staff’s decision to unionize. The U.S. Senator from Massachusetts has made workers’ rights an integral part of her 2020 platform. The pro-labor senator joins three other Democratic presidential...

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