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Group takes aim at low-wage jobs

12:26 PM, Sep. 25, 2013
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On Sept. 17, more than a dozen protesters gathered outside a Family Dollar store in Madison for what was billed in an email as a "Solidarity Flash Mob."

Among them was Craig Spaulding, a former Madison nightclub owner turned self-employed handyman. "I see the working conditions of these people and it makes me sick," he said.

The event was organized by Wisconsin Jobs Now!, a Milwaukee-based nonprofit. Media were not alerted and lead organizer Kelly Benjamin was not thrilled that a reporter with the Wisconsin Center for Investigative Journalism showed up. ...

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