Labor Protests Spread Throughout the United States

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 Madison, March 14 (RHC)– Labor protests are continuing across the United States.

In South Carolina, thousands of teachers, religious leaders and state workers gathered at the capitol building on Sunday in opposition to cuts targeted at education, healthcare and other state services.
In Austin, Texas, more than 10,000 protesters swarmed the grounds of the capitol Saturday to denounce Gov. Rick Perry’s proposal to fire educators, increase class sizes and cut programs.

Protesters in Maine filled the capitol building to take a stand against Gov. Paul LePage’s plan to strip $18 million from the state’s 

Fund for a Healthy Maine.

And concerned parents and citizens in Maryland’s Prince George’s  County gathered at a local school to protest budget cuts that could leave hundreds of low-income, magnet high school students without school buses.

Articles by: Global Research

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