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June 29, 2007

Working America's Ask-A-Lawyer

-- by Dave Johnson

Cliff Schecter writea about Working America's Ask-A-Lawyer program:

Can my boss really do that? How many of us find ourselves asking that very question on a weekly, if not daily basis? Well now we just may get the answers we seek. Because Working America, the 1.6 million-member community affiliate of the AFL-CIO, who provides a voice for those of us denied the right to union membership on the job, has started their "Ask-A-Lawyer" program.
Go read the whole thing.

By the way, I am a member of Working America. Are you? If you are not otherwise in a union, you should be.

Posted by Dave Johnson at June 29, 2007 2:22 PM

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Good for them! And good for you for getting the word out about Ask a Lawyer. This is desperately needed right now; people don't know their rights and are being ground ground into dust.

Posted by: MJ [TypeKey Profile Page] at June 30, 2007 6:05 AM

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