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Show your support for domestic workers

Cross post from HatCityBLOG

Coming on the heels of a lawsuit recently filed by a domestic worker who alleges she was paid less than one dollar an hour and worked up to 100 hours a week, lawmakers at the State Capitol are holding a public hearing on a Domestic worker’s rights bill. The proposal would make it a law for domestic workers to recieve no less than minimum wage as well as overtime pay.

Today, advocates of the bill are holding a rally at the State Capitol and are asking for the public to show their support…