Acting attorney general Matthew G. Whitaker worked for the Foundation for Accountability and Civic Trust for three years. The group became a lucrative steppingstone in a swift rise to the nation’s top law enforcement job.
A sharp increase in fires, heat waves and other climate-change-fueled disasters has added urgency to California’s efforts at employee protection, especially for the most vulnerable — low-income and undocumented workers.
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The country hosts hundreds of thousands of foreign workers with a program to help ease Japan's chronic labor shortage. But in practice, it often amounts to forced labor, according to the U.S. State Department.