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A Strong Voice For Working Poor Families During Katrina Has Been Silenced By The Right During The BP Oil Spill- 07/01/10

Posted on June 30, 2010 | in Labor News | by

With BP’s Oil Spill devastating livelihoods along the cost one key organization that would have played a key role in supporting working poor families is missing thanks in part to attacks by the right wing. Jesse Russell reports:

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