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Sexual Harassment

Sexual Harassment

Sexual harassment and women discrimination are a really big thing in the news industry and most of the women keep quiet about it till one brave soul comes out and says something. In this case a women from Fox News has filed a lawsuit against the CEO and founder. Gretchen Carlson did this because she was given a choice to have sexual advances in the company and another associate was given the same offer. Six more women came forward on Gretchen's first allegations. One woman was harassed for 20 years and Fox executives knew about it. They hired lawyers and solved the problem and the CEO was fired in 2017. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cc4Gdq7jFko

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Minimum Wage

Minimum Wage

Minimum wage has been a thing forever and it's not going away anytime soon. People have always been fighting for more money and they aren't going to stop either. The people who are getting paid minimum wage feel they are being underpaid and undervalued. The minimum wage on average in the US is 7.25 and this is way under what it should be. People want the minimum wage to be at least 10$ in fast food jobs and retail work. In some cases they raised it to 15$ for people living in a more expensive environments. Many american citizens can’t live off minimum wage and they are struggling everyday just to get by and its still not enough.

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Immigration Reform

Immigration Reform

Immigration reform is a thing that has been going on forever and it's a thing that really is about to change drastically. Trump has proposed a plan to his administration that a lawful immigrant holding a visa could be passed over for getting permanent residency — getting a green card — if they use Medicaid, a subsidized Obamacare plan, food stamps, tax credits or a list of other non-cash government benefits. This would change a lot of things about the USA and the people in it. There is a lot of immigrants on MEdicare and Medicaid that iif this bill was passed they would be affected greatly.

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