Living on a Dime and Left Behind

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Living on a Dime and Left Behind

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Today, most employers paying subminimum wage under Section 14(c) keep their employees segregated from the community. Workers with disabilities making subminimum wage are employed in sheltered workshops, which intentionally isolate workers with disabilities from the rest of their communities. This investigative report from Disability Rights Texas explores how Depression-era labor law cheats Texans with disabilities.

Created: July 12, 2016

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