New York Senator Kirsten Gillibrand explains how the workplace was broken before the coronavirus crisis hit. Here, she lays out her plan for how to repair it.
Tiffany and her boyfriend worked at restaurants in New York, and when the coronavirus emergency shuttered restaurants, they were laid off within hours of each other. Now they have no income, and working for tipped wages left them with little reserves. When I heard from her, they were living on canned fruits and vegetables.
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