Where Are The Jobs?

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About 200 union workers, many in hard hats and overalls, crashed a meeting of mortgage bankers at a fancy hotel to protest
$900 million in bailout money to a buildlng company that afterward not
only didn't create any new jobs, but laid off workers. The mystery here:
Why doesn't this sort of entirely logical action happen more?

"We came here to get our bailout." - Allen Silver, a sheet metal worker who was recently laid off.

 

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