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NYC finalized its franchise agreements with providers setting the lease terms for wireless companies looking to install equipment on public property. For the first time, the City included worker safety transparency requirements that require companies to provide annual reports on subcontracting and safety policies.
“CenturyLink broke the law by fraudulently overbilling hundreds of thousands of Minnesotans and illegally raising the price Minnesotans had to pay for the company's service,” said MN Attorney General Keith Ellison.

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Union planned to picket Democratic presidential debate due to longstanding labor dispute.
Union makes significant investment in new organizing staff and resources aimed at helping technology and game workers across North America fight for better working conditions.
The New York State Call Center Jobs Act states that any call center company with 50 or more full-time or full-time equivalent workers that has taken loans, grants, or tax breaks from New York State will forfeit those benefits if they move 30% of their jobs overseas.
“Today’s settlement sends a clear message that hidden fees and other forms of unfair and deceptive business practices will not be tolerated in Oregon,” said Oregon Attorney General Rosenblum.

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