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John Peterson
05-16

While I don't support the idea of illegal immigration, they should not be abused by being paid sweatshop wages either. Surprise inspections of these shops should occur, and those found violating the labor and pay laws should lose their business and be forbidden from opening another one in the future. After a few are shut down, the rest will clean up their act and stop taking advantage of their workers

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Vuze
05-16

This article perhaps pertain to salons 20-40 years ago. Nowadays they make close to $100-$150 or more per day with good tips which equates to above minimum wage. It’s a shame democrats want to shine a negative light and destroy anything they can.

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Really?
05-16

Then don’t work there. How many unclaimed thousands do you make and not report to IRS

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