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Stephanie Lewis and Amy Peck Comment on Clinton's Labor Positions

Stephanie Lewis and Amy Peck comment on Hillary Clinton's positions regarding labor and employment issues in "A Closer Look At Clinton's Labor Positions As Election Nears," published by Law 360.

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